Nokia Siemens Networks’ Smart WLAN Connectivity and Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station were honored at this week’s 2011 CTIA during its fifth annual E-tech Awards. The awards recognize new solutions and products on innovation, functionality, technological importance, implementation and overall “wow” factor.
There’s added significance for this recognition as both products are key building blocks for the company’s Liquid Radio architecture, launched this week at the event. The new architecture for mobile networks directs mobile broadband capacity to where it is needed most, enabling a more economic use of network resources through flexible sharing and redistribution of capacity based on user demand.
Flexi Multiradio 10 enables the capacity for the ‘ebb and flow’ of traffic created by users’ movements across the network. Smart WLAN connectivity enables a smooth transition between WiFi and more traditional technologies in a seamless way, de-congesting networks to always guarantee a constant quality of experience.Both products were awarded in the wide area network category.
“I am delighted that Nokia Siemens Networks has won recognition for two of the major components that gointo the Liquid Radio mix,” said Phil Twist, head of marketing and corporate affairs, Network Systems, at the show in Orlando, Florida. “If we had been able to announce the overall Liquid Radio architecture in time for the awards then I am sure that would have been awarded as well. Nokia Siemen Network’s technology leadership is now a matter of public opinion!”
This blog post is by Ruth Lileg from our Network Systems marketing team.