Sprint taps Nokia Siemens Networks for XOHM

Sprint tapped Nokia Siemens Networks to implement its subscriber database solution, which includes Apertio's One-NDS, (Network Directory Server), in an effort to provide a more personalized experience for future XOHM users. The deal will help Sprint to operate a Subscriber Profile System (SPS) based on a single, real-time common subscriber database, which the carrier expects to eliminate the need for multiple databases and to reduce administration and cost. The solution also supports a range of IP and IMS-based services, which are easily launched without service interruption.

For more on Sprint's deal with NSN:
- read this press release

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