Nokia Announce 7 Year Deal with Megafon, Russia For New 4G LTE Network Using Single RAN Advanced Platform And Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Stations

14th March 2015
Nokia have announced that itself and MegaFon have signed a 7 year contract to upgrade the operator's nationwide network in Russia. A 4G network utilising the company's Single RAN Advanced platform, based on the Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station will be built in order to benefit from greater capacity, higher data rates and low latency.

About LTE
4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) enables better resource utilization and low latency. Users benefit from video sharing and other multimedia applications with almost immediate response time and state-of-the-art services such as HD video.

Evgueny Chermashentsev, Director for Infrastructure at MegaFon, said: "The cooperation with Nokia Networks in our 4G network deployment and upgrade is a reaffirmation of MegaFon's commitment to deliver best-in-class services and fastest mobile Internet to our subscribers. We are confident that Nokia Networks will help us to make our 4G network even faster and to enhance network availability and quality."

Kristina Tikhonova, Head of East region at Nokia Networks, said: "We will ensure that MegaFon is able to turn its vision into reality. As always, we will leverage our capabilities and expertise to help MegaFon to step up to the next level of mobile broadband and offer superior services to Russian citizens."

Nokia Corporation is a Finnish communications and Information Technology company. Their headquarters are based in Espoo, Finland. Nokia is best known for its mobile and smartphone ranges and was the world's largest supplier of mobile phones from 1998 to 2012.

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