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*** For immediate use September 10, 2012
Tokyo & Singapore, September 10, 2012 - NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) will outline the advantages of LTE small cell solutions for addressing challenges in spectrum, technology and the management of future wireless broadband at LTE Asia 2012, stand number 8, at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, September 18-19, 2012.
NEC will showcase its innovative market leading technology supporting its compact all-in-one LTE base station, the MB4300. In combination with iPASOLINK SX, NEC's latest microwave product for small cell backhaul, operators are able to cost-effectively roll out LTE services that maximise the performance and quality of service (QoS) for networks at the same time.
Also during the conference, one of NEC's Corporate Chief Engineers will present a paper outlining the opportunities for mobile operators that are seeking to transition from existing mobile networks towards future IT and mobile broadband services.
"NEC' s LTE small cell technology enables mobile operators to dynamically and pragmatically provide higher capacity and to quickly handle ongoing traffic increases at a low total cost of ownership (TCO)," says Nozomu Watanabe, General Manager, Mobile Radio Access Network Division, NEC. "NEC's Small Cell Solutions offer an enhanced, cost-effective mobile network that enables mobile operators to provide premium mobile services and an excellent consumer experience."
For more on NEC's LTE solution, visit http://www.nec.com/lte/
About NEC's LTE
With NEC's LTE small cells and compact products, mobile operators can tailor the
provision of their LTE services according to capacity demand from small to wide-scale commercial deployments. NEC's small cells are SON managed, which allows mobile operators to deploy and operate LTE efficiently, easily and quickly and at a lower cost than previous 2G and 3G deployments.