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Monday, February 20, 2012
Nokia Siemens To Demonstrate HSPA+ At MWC12


Nokia and Qualcomm will give the first ever demo of HSPA+ multiflow on commercial infrastructure equipment, delivering up to double the cell edge data speed, at the Mobile World Congress 2012.

HSPA+ Multiflow allows devices located close to the edge of a mobile base station's cell to connect with a second base station serving a neighboring cell. The 'Multiflow' name refers to the two different paths data can then take to reach a device. According to Nokia Siemens, the feature makes far more efficient use of network resources, delivering up to double the data speed and up to 50% faster response compared to existing HSPA+ networks.

A live demonstration at Mobile World Congress 2012 of the feature will be based on Nokia Siemens Networks? commercial Single RAN offering and Qualcomm's prototype USB dongles.

"With 100 million smart devices being added every month, we see a consequent increase in 'smart' applications that make use of their advanced capabilities. Not only is network traffic rising dramatically, much of it is also unpredictable in nature, and this can impact user experience," said Keith Sutton, head of the WCDMA business line for Nokia Siemens Networks. "This is where HSPA+ Multiflow helps operators - it reduces imbalances that typically occur in network resource usage, and increases HSPA+ speed and capacity."

HSPA+ Multiflow enables simultaneous transmission of two data streams from base stations in two adjacent cells to a single user device instead of one data stream from one base station as is the case with HSPA+ today. Overall, this can up to double throughput (data speeds) for users at cell edge. Due to Nokia Siemens Networks? scalable Single RAN equipment, operators can protect their earlier network investments, by evolving their existing HSPA networks to the new technology with a simple software upgrade.

The HSPA+ Multiflow feature is expected to be 3GPP standardized by mid 2012, and will be available commercially from Nokia Siemens Networks by second half of 2013.


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