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NEC Corp. has launched the compact MB4300 all-in-one LTE base station system, which has been designed for a wide range of installation options in areas with limited space, such as rooftops and compact indoor spaces. This series paves the way for more cost effective installation of small cell base stations, helps boost capacity and improves overall performance.
NEC Corp. plans to establish an NEC Mobile Network Excellence Center (NMEC) for the offshore development of mobile communication systems in Chennai, India, this month (April 2012).
NEC Corp. has announced the availability of its new trunk microwave communications systems, the 5000iP Series, featuring 1.6 times the transmission capacity of existing 5000S systems. Carriers in Zambia and Tanzania have already placed orders for the new systems and NEC aims to sell approximately 10,000 units globally over the next three years.
NEC Corp. has completed a contract to provide its iPASOLINK microwave backhaul series to the Belgacom-Cassidian consortium, which will replace one of the major building blocks of the Belgian ASTRID radio communications network.
NEC Corporation announced that Mobile TeleSystems OJSC, the leading telecommunications provider in Russia and the CIS, together with NEC Neva Communications Systems, a subsidiary of NEC Europe, is providing a new femtocell service in Siberia.
NEC Corp. has launched iPASOLINK 100E, which is the latest addition to its iPASOLINK portfolio of transport network solutions.
NEC Corp. has signed a global framework contract with Norway’ Telenor for the supply of its compact iPASOLINK microwave communications system.
NEC Corp. announced that NEC Europe Ltd. has signed a multi-million, multi-year mobile backhaul contract giving Tele2 Sverige AB the possibility to expand and upgrade Tele2’s European networks.
NEC Corp. has establishment a branch office in Yangon, Myanmar that aims to develop the country's information and communications technology and social infrastructure.
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