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NSN wins largest foregin vendor share in China Mobile tender & Oi Brasil’s LTE and 3G/ GSM upgrade deal.

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Nokia has predicted solid outlook for NSN in Q4 and NSN has already scored two wins. One is previously reported share win in China Mobile’s TD LTE tender which has now grown bigger than all other non-Chinese vendors due to 11% awarded market share and another low single digit share as a result of selling through resellers also selected by China Mobile.

NSN’s share in the operator’s TD-LTE network roll-out highlights its position as a leading non-Chinese vendor in the highly competitive Chinese market. The company is awarded 11% market share consistent with other non-Chinese vendors, with another low single digit share as a result of selling through resellers also selected by CMCC. NSN secured an entry into six new provinces compared to its TD-SCDMA footprint in China

Second win is from Brazil, where operator Oi Brasil has chosen NSN not only for implementing the LTE infrastructure but also for upgrading its existing GSM and 3G networks.

Oi Brasil, one of Brazil’s leading operators, has selected Nokia Solutions and Networks to supply the infrastructure for its LTE (Long Term Evolution)* network. In addition to that, NSN will also upgrade the operator’s GSM and 3G networks across the country. Subscribers can look forward to a host of high-speed mobile broadband services.

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  • Jeff

    Nokia’s bid is paying off at China Mobile. I was very unhappy about their share of the contract a month ago, but 11% for a non Chinese company is outstanding.

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