Nokia Siemens Networks upgrades mobile internet offer

Staff writer
01 Apr 2010

Nokia Siemens Networks has unveiled an upgrade to its core mobile network technology that lets operators provide faster, more efficient mobile internet services.

The upgrade allows operators to offload internet traffic at an optimal point in the network to minimize the distance it is transmitted.

“Our new approach allows a high volume of traffic to bypass these processing servers and legacy packet core gateway nodes,” said Matti Palomaki, head of the company's packet core unit.

“In the era of smartphone-induced data growth, such 'offloading' of traffic can deliver significant savings in next-generation HSPA and LTE networks,” Palomaki added.

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