Nokia Signs GSM Expansion Contract with Jiangxi MCC in China

Monday 27 September 2004 00:01 CET | News

Jiangxi Mobile Communications Corporations (Jiangxi MCC), has signed an agreement with Nokia worth over USD 60 million for the next phase of its GSM network expansion.

Under this extension of an existing agreement, Nokia will supply the latest core and radio network equipment as well as implementation, optimization, and care services. Under the agreement, Nokia will supply its GSM core and radio-access network infrastructure. In addition to network equipment, Nokia will provide the Nokia NetAct(TM) network and service management system, network planning, installation, and project management for efficient network ramp-up, as well as radio network optimization services for enhancing network quality. A wide range of care services, including software maintenance, will help maintain the competitiveness of the network. Deliveries have already begun with the aim of bringing the new capacity into use as soon as possible. Jiangxi Mobile Communications Corporation Ltd. is one of the wholly owned subsidiaries of China Mobile (HK) Ltd. and has offices in eleven cities and 85 districts in the province.

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