NEC to demonstrate C&C cloud, LTE, Backhaul, Femtocell, and OSS
NEC will showcase a range of offerings for mobile operators, including quick-to-market cloud services and next-generation mobile broadband offerings, such as LTE, backhaul, femtocell and Operational Support Systems (OSS) at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Spain.
According to the company, it will demonstrate its C&C Cloud capabilities including business application services accessed over the cloud that mobile operators can deploy and start generating revenue quickly.
These cloud-based services include Web Collaboration, Fleet Management, Accounting, E-learning and E-healthcare offerings. In addition, NEC will also demonstrate its mobile network infrastructure offerings in support of these cloud-based business application services, the company said.
NEC will be providing live demonstrations of its recently launched ‘Cloud Communicator’ Android-based tablet, its remote cancer diagnostic offering, ‘e-Pathologist’ and its Digital Signage Solution.
NEC’s small cell LTE offering gives control back to mobile operators by enabling them to test, adjust and tailor the provision of LTE services according to capacity demand and the profitability of high-data rate services.
As per the company, the iPASOLINK incorporates packet, microwave and optical technologies and an all-in-one design that reduces cost of ownership. It is a new breed of product for converged backhaul networks evolving to LTE.
NEC will demonstrate Femtocell Solution Suite that enables mobile operators to provide premium mobile services consumer experience. This is critical to the objectives of mobile operators seeking to address the retention of their mobile subscriber base and customer acquisition.
NEC’s OSS telecom operation and management offering enables mobile operators to execute comprehensive business transformations for operational efficiency and profitability, the company said.
NEC senior vice president Toshiyuki Mineno said this mobile platform will become the method of IT delivery enabling access to virtualised remote desktops and office suites via any device, any time.
NEC chief Manager Shinya Kukita said NEC’s small-cell LTE enables mobile operators to tailor cost effectively their services according to end-user and capacity demand from small-scale to wide-scale commercial deployments.
"Our new breed of product, the iPASOLINK platform, is the key building block in the transformation of backhaul networks for LTE enabling affordable and scalable migration, "Kuktia said.
In addition, NEC’s 3G femtocell offering provides the five-bar coverage indoors required to access capacity-intensive applications.