To improve its network performance, MTN Côte d’Ivoire pulled off an astonishing transformation feat with Huawei’s NGBSS, making it the most innovative integrated services provider in the country and consolidating its leading position in the local telecom market.
As of March 2011, China Telecom Shanghai had four million broadband subscribers, and a third of these had opted for the IPTV service. The operator’s triple-play, any-screen service lineup already exceeds the offerings of the Internet content providers, and it appears that the best is yet to come.
To alleviate pressure from continuous capacity expansion of the macro network, operators have turned to building one WLAN network after another. How should operators synergize the development of multiple networks that coexist? China Mobile Shandong provides the answer.
Despite the great distance from the mainland and extreme Arctic conditions, Huawei was able to assist Telenor in deploying LTE in Svalbard, an archipelago located at 78°13'N in the Arctic Circle, within a matter of weeks.
Movistar Chile has blazed a trail of innovative growth with strong momentum by leveraging its existing network resources for maximized bandwidth capabilities, and providing subscribers with richer ultra-broadband services.
The national broadband project is a critical step for Qatar’s development and its national vision of building an advanced connected society by 2030. The project is also aimed at helping Qtel become a member of the world’s top 20 operators.
By fully utilizing available resources and choosing the GPON+FTTB model, Romtelecom opened the door to ultra-broadband. And it made a one-off investment to support long-term evolution for its network and ensure its success in the future broadband market.