Middle East’s fastest growing operator ‘du’ has decided to employ Nokia’s IP Mutimedia Subsystem. This will allow enhanced multimedia services such as HD (high definition) voice, HD video, file sharing and instant messaging
The Middle East’s fastest growing telecom service provider, du, has signed a contract with Nokia to deploy its IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). With the deployment of Nokia’s IMS, du’s customers will soon enjoy multimedia services such as HD (high definition) voice, HD video, file sharing and instant messaging with an enhanced service experience. Nokia’s IMS will also allow for fixed mobile convergence, which combines mobile and fixed services, so that customers can seamlessly access the same services on both fixed as well as mobile devices.
Nokia Networks has also introduced new generation of GSM-R services which supports automated train control leading to enhanced train safety and speed.
Nokia is further evolving its portfolio to help train operators improve operational safety and efficiency. The company’s new GSM-R* (Global System for Mobile Communications – Railway) product generation for automated train control provides effective and reliable communication of critical real-time information for high-speed train operations. With Nokia’s GSM-R supporting automated train control, train operators can now handle up to 40% more train traffic while simultaneously ensuring safety of operations.