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jeffreber44 277 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Apr 7, 2010
  • I see the same old clowns posting about selling. They missed out so bad they are just hoping to get back in at last summers prices. It's not gonna happen. Classic boxout.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    congrats long...

    by bemos Feb 6, 2014 10:38 AM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 6, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    I have a good feeling about this one.

  • If your a service provider, your going to want to go with Nokia's ecosystem. Read on:

    Nokia Solutions and Networks has linked up with the US operator Sprint to accomplish a huge leap in TD-LTE network speeds by demonstrating 2.6 gigabits per second (Gbps) throughput over a single sector. Using its commercially available Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station, NSN’s Mountain View facility in California beat the previous 1.6 Gbps record and will be demonstrating the achievement at Mobile World Congress 2014. NSN is also launching a high-capacity Flexi Multiradio System Module for TD-LTE that can deliver up to 5 Gbps of peak throughput from a single site.

    Nokia Solutions and Networks launches the world’s first managed service for predicting mobile broadband service degradations, so they can be fixed before subscribers notice quality issues. The NSN Predictive Operations service helps boost mobile broadband service quality* by 15% for a better customer experience. Also new for NSN’s Managed Services portfolio is LTE Service Management that helps ensure excellent quality of mobile broadband services running over LTE networks.

    Nokia is really coming up with the best complete networking system out there.

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 6, 2014 10:42 AM Flag

    If your a service provider, your going to want to go with Nokia's ecosystem. read on:

    Nokia Solutions and Networks launches the world’s first managed service for predicting mobile broadband service degradations, so they can be fixed before subscribers notice quality issues. The NSN Predictive Operations service helps boost mobile broadband service quality* by 15% for a better customer experience. Also new for NSN’s Managed Services portfolio is LTE Service Management that helps ensure excellent quality of mobile broadband services running over LTE networks.

    Nokia is really coming up with the best complete networking system out there.

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 5, 2014 7:07 PM Flag

    Report back here on the DD. This really could be something significant.

  • •Unprecedented speeds to be showcased at Mobile World Congress 2014
    •New TD-LTE Flexi Multiradio System Module offers 5 Gbps peak rates from a single site

    Nokia Solutions and Networks has linked up with the US operator Sprint to accomplish a huge leap in TD-LTE network speeds by demonstrating 2.6 gigabits per second (Gbps) throughput over a single sector. Using its commercially available Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station, NSN’s Mountain View facility in California beat the previous 1.6 Gbps record and will be demonstrating the achievement at Mobile World Congress 2014. NSN is also launching a high-capacity Flexi Multiradio System Module for TD-LTE that can deliver up to 5 Gbps of peak throughput from a single site.

    Continuing its streak of TD-LTE speed records*, NSN has aggregated 120 MHz of Sprint’s TDD spectrum to achieve an unprecedented speed of 2.6 Gbps using its innovative Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station, which is currently used in commercial radio networks around the world.

    “Sprint is excited to partner with NSN to enable Sprint Spark and lead the way globally in enabling future mobile broadband innovation,” said Stephen Bye, chief technology officer at Sprint. “Combining our unique spectrum assets with TD-LTE-Advanced features and NSN’s next generation TD-LTE base station has allowed us to achieve the world’s first 2.6 Gbps throughput over TD-LTE.”

    “With demand for high-speed mobile broadband services growing rapidly around the world, NSN and Sprint are showing how operators can unlock the highest capacity from their TDD spectrum,” said Zhang Qi, vice president for TD-LTE at NSN. “At Mobile World Congress, we will demonstrate how the record speed was achieved, proving that TD-LTE technology and the ecosystem are ready for global roll out by any operator with TDD spectrum. With our help, the operators can meet and exceed the expectations of mobile broadband customers.”

    In a further development, NSN is launching a high-capacity TD-LTE baseband system module for its Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station product family that can deliver up to 5 Gbps of peak throughput from a single site. The enhanced Flexi Multiradio System Module is the industry’s highest capacity TD-LTE baseband. This means that operators can roll out TD-LTE networks with fewer base stations and fewer sites, saving up to 50 percent in capital expenses and operational costs. The module features integrated transport technology, removing the need for additional hardware for connecting to transport networks. IPsec security is also built in, providing a secure tunnel between the base station and core network to protect traffic from eavesdropping, unauthorized access or distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

    Featuring the industry’s highest processing power, the System Module can run a variety of TD-LTE-Advanced software. These include Transmit Mode 9 (TM9) for high user throughput, Carrier Aggregation, and NSN’s Smart Scheduler features, all of which boost site capacity from a single compact unit.

  • Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has renewed its managed services contract with Nokia Solutions and Networks to further improve operational efficiency, network performance and the quality of services. Through the renewed contract, NSN continues to provide its comprehensive managed services including network planning and optimization, network and service operations as well as care services including hardware and software services for STC’s Al Jawal Network. The contract covers GSM, 3G and LTE network of STC within NSN’s footprint.

  • Reply to

    Potential NSN Growth -

    by clcellve Feb 5, 2014 9:52 AM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 5, 2014 10:13 AM Flag

    This bodes well for NOK
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The volume of data crossing U.S. mobile networks will grow almost eight-fold by 2018, and demand for Internet-connected devices will also skyrocket, according to a report released on Wednesday that poses questions about U.S. spectrum policy.

    U.S. consumers will download and upload more data on their smartphones in 2018 than they did on their laptops in 2013, according to a forecast by Cisco Systems Inc. Americans will continue to lead the world as earlier and faster converts to new smart devices and networks, the Cisco report said.

    "It's more people, more connections, faster speeds on the networks and then more rich content, which in this case is video, video, video," Robert Pepper, Cisco's vice president for global technology policy, told Reuters.

    Cisco, one of the leading makers of networking equipment, studies the use and speed of devices, connections and data for an annual forecast of mobile data traffic trends.

    U.S. wireless networks will continue to experience a steep increase in so-called machine-to-machine communications, as Americans seek the convenience of devices that talk to each other and the Internet, like remotely operated thermostats or smart anti-theft sensors according to Cisco's forecast.

    Internet-linked devices will keep spreading at a fast clip, with some 271 million connections between gadgets and the Internet forecast for 2018 - an eight-fold jump from 35 million in 2013 that is driven by the predicted boom in wearable devices like activity-tracking wristband Fitbit, Pepper said.

    By 2018, Cisco predicts that U.S. mobile data traffic will reach 2.7 exabytes a month - equal to the amount of data stored on some 675 million DVDs. In 2013, less than half an exabyte of data crossed U.S. networks on average per month.

    The findings contribute to the growing concerns in the telecommunications industry that demand for data will soon far exceed the networks' capacity, and connection speeds will slow.

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 5, 2014 10:10 AM Flag

    I can imagine how high PPS of Nokia will be when the true price of the patent portfolio is appreciated.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • 2014-02-04 | NSN’s evolved Smart Scheduler delivers 30 percent faster cell edge downloads #MWC14

    •Compatible with both FDD and TDD variants of LTE
    •Boosts downlink speeds at cell edge with no added hardware costs
    •Shows world’s first demonstration of a new coordinated multi-cell scheduling approach at MWC

    With a simple software upgrade, operators can deploy a coordinated scheduling feature in their FDD-LTE and TD-LTE networks to reduce interference between adjacent base stations. This evolution of the Nokia Solutions and Networks Smart Scheduler provides up to 30 percent faster downlink speeds at the cell edge, an advantage during periods of peak congestion. Importantly, coordinated scheduling is implemented as software within the base stations, avoiding the need for any additional hardware

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 4, 2014 12:07 PM Flag

    MOMO is so hurt from his past losses that he is know posting wins every time Nokia goes up or down, LOL. Must hurt when your ego is so bruised that you results to making up stuff for the sake of others impression of you, HAHA. Just like these other POS bashers, you shouldn't listen to their delusions.

  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Feb 3, 2014 3:01 PM Flag

    I see your trolling all over these message boards. It won't do you any good. People still do their DD. You just look like a horses ..... when you say things. A maggot has more brain function than you.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Exponential growth in the digital universe is fueling a massive increase in mobile data demand. According to NSN projections, by 2020 global traffic will be 1,000 times that of 2010 levels.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeffreber44 by jeffreber44 Feb 3, 2014 2:27 PM Flag

    Exponential growth in the digital universe is fueling a massive increase in mobile data demand. According to NSN projections, by 2020 global traffic will be 1,000 times that of 2010 levels.

    “To address these opportunities, our launches in the run-up to Mobile World Congress are all about real-world network performance,” explains Phil Twist, head of NSN portfolio marketing. “The advances we are launching will give operators a performance edge across their technology, operations and business and help them boost revenues at the same time. You’ll see and hear much more this month about our new capabilities for enabling and delivering “performance for a world in motionTM.In short, we are helping our customers squeeze more from less.“

    NSN‘s portfolio enhancements will boost the capacity of Heterogeneous Networks by 30%, enable refarming in even less spectrum, and double uplink capacity for mass events. The company will showcase new infrastructure and new cloud-ready solutions that increase capacity and performance and reduce operating costs. NSN will also highlight services that deliver KPIs that are moving ever closer to 100% for network and service operations, as well as solutions that help operators understand and plan for the impact of OTT applications and gauge and boost the KPI that matters most for operator executive boards.

    To learn more about NSN portfolio launches, network operators, customers, press and analysts are welcome to visit NSN’s Experience Center in Hall 3, 3B10 at Mobile World Congress, Fira Gran Via, in Barcelona, Spain.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Yet another positive sign for Nokia.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • 1. NSN & F-Secure team up to provide solutions for mobile malware protection.

    This is a big deal. Also, don't forget that Nokia's Siilasmaa founded F secure.

    2. NSN completes most extensive live VoLTE tests in China Mobile’s TD-LTE network

    Nokia Solutions and Networks has successfully completed the world’s first live video call and an extensive set of test cases for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) in China Mobile’s (CMCC) pre-commercial TD-LTE network in Fuzhou. The trials included NSN’s enhanced Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (eSRVCC) solution for a seamless experience and optimized behavior.

    3. Nokia & Softbank have had talks recently about Nokia's involvement in the majority of the workload for upgrading Sprints network.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    NSN deals & revenue growth

    by jeffreber44 Jan 30, 2014 10:30 AM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Jan 30, 2014 3:40 PM Flag

    I was just saying that hoping Nokia stock would drop so I can get another 1k shares at 7.90 LOL. Anyone who really thinks the deal is a not going thru is a M0R0N. Once they announce the deal goes thru the clowns that were afraid are going to jump back in and then Nokia will announce the dividends. You'll see.

  • Reply to

    NSN deals & revenue growth

    by jeffreber44 Jan 30, 2014 10:30 AM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Jan 30, 2014 3:11 PM Flag

    ;) I'm hoping this will drop to $7.90 again so I can buy more! I don't think the MSFT deal will go through. ;;( My average is in the $3's so I'm happy holding and adding until at least 2015 when patent valuation will be fully realized.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • jeffreber44 by jeffreber44 Jan 30, 2014 10:30 AM Flag

    Taken from nokiapoweruser:
    To be specific, Sprint acquired Clearwire in order to use their 2.5GHZ radio spectrum (the largest in the US). And this acquisition was actually orchestrated by SoftBank of Japan who took control of 78% of Spring Nextel and Sprint is now considered a foreign company in the US since it’s controlled by Japan. In the world, only China and Clearwire had chosen to use TDD-LTE. Other countries use other flavors of LTE and Softbank was craving for the US market control.

    What does that have to do with NSN? The US government conditioned the acquisition of Clearwire by Sprint/Softbank to a complete REMOVAL from Clearwire’s network of all telecommunication equipment that was bought from Huawei (chinese OEM) for $1Billion+ and a former US intelligence general had been given a seat on the board of the new Sprint CORP owned by Softbank. They have until 2015 to replace all equipment that Clearwire had on their network originating from Huawei. Softbank also wants to compete with ATT & Verizon by using the massive radio spectrum inherited from Clearwire/Sprint’s deal and that’s a HUGE new opportunity for teleco equipment OEMs.

    I should also mentioned that Huawei is suspected of espionage and that’s why the US asked Sprint/Softbank to replace their equipment and NOT to use anything components manufactured by them on the network expansion. That leaves only NSN, ALCATEL-LUCEN and Erickson as potential vendors to Sprint/Softbank gang.

    I was expecting NSN to win a deal from the above mentioned mergers but I didn’t know when that was going to happen. It’s now official!!!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    3 rules of investing. 1. buy low. 2. Sell high

    by dorianpc Jan 28, 2014 7:14 AM
    jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Jan 28, 2014 9:54 AM Flag

    longs have been right more than the shorts ;) by my count

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