On Wednesday, Nokia Corporation (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) Siemens Networks declared that it will introduce a new lineup of products, upgrades and services, which indicated that it is indeed aiming for “Innovating for a world in motion” in the run-up to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013.
The entire objective is to let operators smoothly deliver a gigabyte of personalized data per day to every user by 2020 and to do so valuably. The “Liquid Net” approach is the parameter it is adhering to, which essentially means the launches will culminate in an extension to the same approach. This innovation is designed to give mobile base stations an entirely new role in the communications ecosystem.
A free game called Wizard of Cells is also being released right away. This is available online or can be downloaded as an app and it basically turns the complexity of operating mobile networks, thereby solving customer issues. The MWC 2013 is a platform where the company will showcase its potential to fundamentally change how mobile networks create benefits for operators, subscribers and anyone related to the mobile industry, according to Thorsten Robrecht, head of Mobile Broadband portfolio management at Nokia Siemens Networks.
The newest offerings from the Nokia Siemens Networks stable will be incorporated in areas such as small cells and smart Wi-Fi, Liquid Radio software, LTE, TD-LTE, Customer Experience Management and Liquid Broadband. Operators will be able to reap benefits in a better way via their network resources, it will allow for better allocation of capacity according to requirements, and help to provide a superior customer experience.