This post is by Karen Kimball from Nokia Siemens Networks.
“Nokia Siemens Networks…
… turns base stations into cloud servers”, says TelecomAsia.net;
…taps real-time network data to enhance mobile CDN”, says Total Telecom Online;
…pours efforts into new ‘smart’ base stations”, Mobile Europe.
There have been 100 tweets and counting and dozens of press reports all about Liquid Applications, which Nokia Siemens Networks launched at Mobile World Congress on 25 February 2013.
To learn more about Liquid Applications and why it is biggest change in the role of the base station since the launch of GSM, you can attend the on-demand webinar: Liquid Broadband: Changing the game in content delivery. Registration for the webinar is open here.
Dozens of operators, analysts and other industry players have already attended the webinar. Measured in attendee numbers and feedback, the webinar provides useful information about Liquid Applications and the complete Liquid Broadband portfolio. As one of the analysts who attended the live webinar commented: “I like this channel to convey Nokia Siemens Networks information. Real time Q&A and immediate downloads are handy as well. I think this is a notch up in the webinar business.”
Webinar speakers Sandro Tavares and Rob McManus cover Liquid Applications and the whole Liquid Broadband portfolio, which also includes end-to-end Quality of Service Differentiation and operator Content Delivery Networks. They will also describe how Nokia Siemens Networks is working with partners like SK Telecom and IBM to test Liquid Applications and deliver the world’s first mobile edge computing platform.
Read the launch PR about Liquid Applications here.
Read about Liquid Applications and Liquid Broadband on www.nokiasiemensnetworks.com
And join a virtual tour of Mobile World Congress and see Rob McManus introduce Liquid Applications.
Register now to attend the webinar: Liquid Broadband – Changing the game in content delivery.