Nokia Siemens Networks has announced that it will be launching its Flexi Multiradio CDMA Base Station at the International CTIA Wireless 2012 which is going to be held next week.
The new base station is more energy efficient and compact thus helping telecom operators to lower costs as well as allowing them for a smooth migration to LTE technology. This launch has demonstrated the company’s long-term commitment to CDMA technology by integrating the technology into its wider Flexi base station portfolio.This new base station will offer CDMA operators to lower the total cost of ownership.
NSN has conducted tests which has shown that as compared to earlier generations of base stations, the new product can reduce base station oprations costs by up to 70%. By reducing power consumption to a large extent, the Flexi Multiradio CDMA Base Station cuts both running costs and the need for A.C’S. The size of this new base station is compact and hence minimizes site space requirements, in addition to that decreases rental costs and makes it easier to install it in indoor and outdoor locations.
As interview given by Scott Mottonen who is head of the CDMA/LTE business line, Nokia Siemens Networks. ”We’ve integrated our acquired CDMA capabilities into the industry-leading Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Multiradio Base Station portfolio, focusing on customers’ on-going needs. To achieve this, we have invested significant R&D resources to create flexible future options for CDMA operators including multi-technology capabilities,”
The Flexi Multiradio CDMA Base Station is backed by Nokia Siemens Networks’ global experts and complete portfolio of services including consultancy, design and planning, systems integration, deployment, optimization, maintenance, and managed services.
This Flexi Multiradio CDMA Base Station will be available for its usage in the 800MHz and 1900MHz frequency bands by the end of this year.