August 04, 2014
Beijing, China – Nokia Networks has recently been ranked a leader in China Mobile’s quality assessment of its commercial TD-LTE network. The operator has developed a rigorous evaluation program* of its vendor deployments in all the major cities and provinces across China. The results showed a clear advantage for Nokia Networks, which has provided the best network performance as well as the fastest network implementation, measured across the top 10 provincial capitals.
The city of Fuzhou, with a TD-LTE network supplied by Nokia Networks, was the first to launch live TD-LTE for China Mobile. The Fuzhou network also achieved excellent quality, the best in the country, based on performance metrics such as network coverage, interference level, voice and data quality**. Currently, Nokia Networks supplies TD-LTE technology to 18 out of the 31 provinces of China Mobile.
The successful rollout of the new technology has been enabled by expert planning, optimization and project management services from Nokia Networks.
“The China Mobile study proves that Nokia Networks is providing best-in-class network performance in commercial TD-LTE networks,” said Xue Rui, head of delivery of Greater China region at Nokia Networks. “We are delighted to offer China Mobile top network quality for an unmatched customer experience and a seamless rollout that translates to fast availability of user services.”
Nokia Networks is a recognized leader in the commercialization and innovation of TD-LTE with more than 140 TD-LTE and FDD LTE customers worldwide.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
To cool down your excitement and your heads I strongly recommend you to read an article in YF "Xiaomi just took over China - is the U.S. next?" (read it 2-3 times) the same will be happening with China networking industries on local and international stage. In fact it's already happening. How do you think they so quickly mastered, among other electronics, smart phone production. The short answer is, thanks to Nokia's and Apples (among others) subcontracting production to Chinese. How do you think the future growth will look like in networking industries globally? Did I give you enough clue, why China needs Nokia, ALU, Erickson... Jeff, this question is to you (not chickenlittle) ? Are you getting my drift, smart guys ?...So again, don't get too excited too early...
I think most people will agree that you need to slowly read the first paragraph in order for someone like you to understand that the praise came from a China Mobile representative. Secondly, you really think a Chinese networking company can get contracts in North America or Europe, haha.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
This means that out of all the network suppliers to China Mobile, Nokia's quality in reliability, speed and performance is better than the rest. Not only that, but Nokia has implemented all this at a faster rate than the rest as well.
I sure would like to invest in a company with those type of credentials. Someone here didn't get the article soI dumbed it down for them.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Look Jeff, your post is a good post but don't exaggerate and don't overblow Nokia's performance.
Let's analyze that core statement, "We are delighted to offer China Mobile top network quality for an unmatched customer experience and a seamless rollout that translates to fast availability of user services"...now, let's READ IT one more time WITH UNDERSTANDING...delighted...top network quality...for unmatched customer experience and seamless rollout...that translates to fast availability of user services...These are all GENERALITIES anybody can use to enhance the "product" presentation. Just impressive adjectives and attractive phrases to present Nokia's "unmatched", product, service and delivery narrative. Any competitor can use the same language describing its performance and strongly believing in its accuracy.
So, I really believe Nokia is doing very well in China, but let's not go overboard and crazy about it.
Who makes this great statement: "Nokia Networks delivers the best quality in the fastest TD-LTE rollout for China Mobile", Oooo... Xue Rui, head of delivery of Greater China region at Nokia Networks.. Sounds so authentic and very convincing, although a little too general. (-;
Bravo Jeff... you are my candidate for Nokia's Marketing Department top executive. Don't forget to include it (that Xue Rui statement) in your first ad/marketing brochure or TV commercial.
Please stop being a moron
"The city of Fuzhou, with a TD-LTE network supplied by Nokia Networks, was the first to launch live TD-LTE for China Mobile. The Fuzhou network also achieved excellent quality, the best in the country, based on performance metrics such as network coverage, interference level, voice and data quality**. Currently, Nokia Networks supplies TD-LTE technology to 18 out of the 31 provinces of China Mobile."