Under the agreement, Nokia will deploy WCDMA 3G radio and core networks. Nokia will also provide turnkey services including network planning, other support services, deployment and optimization of Nokia HSDPA that was provided earlier. The deal brings Nokia’s managed services references to 40 contracts in 31 countries. The network will be supported by, Nokia NetAct(TM) network and service management system.
Nokia has been working with Chunghwa Telecom since 1999, and in addition to the WCDMA networks it has supplied the operator’s GPRS core network, MMS (Multimedia Messaging) Solution and ADSL for high-speed fixed Internet access. Nokia is the sole supplier for Chunghwa Telecom, providing 3G core and radio network equipment as well as an extensive range of delivery and care services. In 2003, Chunghwa was the first customer in the world to implement Nokia’s 3GPP Rel’4 architecture based on IP technology. [August 8, 2006]
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