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Nokia Networks to expand China Mobile 4G infra

Monday 30 June 2014 | 22:25 CET | News
Nokia Networks has signed an agreement with Chinese telecoms operator China Mobile to expands its 4G footprint to cover 18 out of 31 provinces, including mega cities and provinces such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong. The contract covers Nokia's indoor and outdoor base stations from the Flexi product family as well as its cloud-enabled NetAct network management system. Under the terms of the agreement, Nokia Netwlorks will be in charge of the Network implementation, planning and optimization and training services.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: China Mobile / Nokia
Countries: China
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