Nokia has signed a big agreement worth EUR 1.36 billion with China Mobile that will see it deploying its 5G-ready AirScale Base Station for the China's biggest Network Operator. Nokia mentions the following as the key take-aways from this major win. One-year Yuan 9.927 billion (EUR 1.36 billion) frame agreement,
Nokia Networks has recently received People’s Republic of China Friendship Award” and now it has been followed by a big $970 million deal with China Mobile. Nokia Networks and China Mobile today announced a framework agreement for mobile communication equipment and services valued at 970 million USD (760 million euros).
[embedit snippet="fluids"] NSN has been on a winning spree in last some days. These wins come from both hardware implementations and managed services and solutions delivery. More good news come as this winning streak continues with German operator E-Plus group choosing them for enhancing its LTE network security. Germany's mobile operator E-Plus
[embedit snippet="fluids"] 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
[embedit snippet="adversal-3"] Actually, this is very interesting as it indicates NSN's strength into services and solutions apart from hardware implementation. Every big hardware company be it either IBM, Accenture or anyone else has a strong services arm which caters solution implementation to customers. So, NSN has implemented an extensive Quality of
[embedit snippet="adversal-3"] This is ridiculous to say the least. Why have a bidding system when you don't have to honor it later? http://www.nokiapoweruser.com/2013/08/19/nsn-lowest-bidder-in-china-mobiles-4g-tender-may-get-big-share-of-worlds-biggest-telecom-equipment-contract/ So, even after being the lowest bidder for China Mobile's TD-LTE base stations bid estimated at CNY20 billion (US$3.26 billion), NSN has been awarded just 11% of the the supply