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    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 1/9 Noticias TIC Marzo 20111.- What Enterprises Should Do About IPv6 in 2011The purpose of this white paper is to provide enterprises with guidance, based on a three- to five-yearoutlook, on how IPv6 should be included in their network design, planning, and operations starting today.The intended audience is enterprise network administrators.This document will explore the area of the network and beyond where IPv6 needs to be considered andthe reasons to consider it. In 2011 enterprises should assess their position toward IPv6 with an aim todrafting their own requirements, plans, and opportunities. Indeed, some have already identified IPv6 as anetworking tool, better than a (re)numbering constraint, and everybody should share this opportunity. Adobe Acrobat DocumentDe: Bitepipe – Texto completo:2.- Data Protection, Featured E-Guide onThe information security paradigm is changing. Its time to go beyond securing your infrastructure andstart protecting your customer and company data as well. This comprehensive guide provides technicalinformation on how to follow a data-centric approach to security to ensure appropriate protection of yourcritical information.Check out this expert e-guide today and review these chapters: • Insights into database activity monitoring • How to avoid DLP implementation pitfalls • Weighing the pros and cons of end-to-end encryption and tokenization • And more Adobe Acrobat DocumentDe: SearchSecurity.com. Texto completo:3.- DLNA And Fixed-Mobile ConvergenceA few years ago, there were so many acronyms associated with home networking that it could causeones eyes to cross, trying to sort it all out. There still are quite a few acronyms, but the Digital LivingNetwork Alliance (DLNA) has risen to top of mind. The organization says it has certified more than 9,000devices to date. Even Tony Werner, Comcasts executive vice president/CTO, mentioned it in a blog postin January after the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES)."DLNA marches on with more and more devices connecting and discovering content easily over homenetworks," wrote Werner. "Additionally, home networking continues to improve both in wired andunwired. MoCA 2.0, Powerline, Wi-Fi and wireless HDMI all continue to improve and reduce in cost."The DLNA aims to promote wired and wireless interoperable networking of consumer electronic (CE)devices. As a CE communications standard, DLNA represents content negotiation and sharing betweendisparate networked devices. DLNA sits above other networking technologies and allows the user todiscover the devices that have media content.DLNA-certified devices include TVs, PCs, set-tops, routers, game consoles, tablets, Blu-ray and DVDplayers, smartphones and audio receivers. According to ABI Research data, more than 440 million DLNA-certified devices had been installed in users’ homes by the end of 2010. At CES, DLNA increased its buzzby unveiling a software-certification program and a protected-streaming-certification program.
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 2/9Currently, the DLNA is certifying software that is sold directly to consumers through retailers, Websitesand mobile-application stores. With DLNA-certified software, consumers can upgrade products fromwithin their home networks that may not be DLNA-certified and bring them into their personal DLNAecosystems.Consumer Convenience"Typically, when we talk about software certification, were talking about the function that enables thesending or receiving device to do the DLNA functionality," says Bob Brummer, vice chairman of theDLNA’s board of directors. "It helps the consumer to play one file to another device."Adds ABI practice director Jason Blackwell, “ABI Research believes the DLNA’s software-certificationprogram is a significant step that will provide a powerful stimulus to the adoption and connection ofdevices in consumers’ home networks. By vouching for the interoperability of devices using certifiedsoftware, the DLNA will foster confidence among consumers that if they purchase certified hardware andsoftware, their systems will work as advertised.”In addition, the DLNAs new protected-streaming-certification program leverages securely sharedcommercial movies between products in a consumers home network. The program helps to preserve therights and interests of copyright owners and content providers, and it has been recognized as aninternational standard by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), an organization thatprepares and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies."If the content is flagged to be protected, cable operators offer in-home networking," says Brummer."But lets say you only have one cable box. It (the DLNAs protected streaming) would allow you tostream to a second device in the home that wasnt hooked up to a second cable box. The guidelinesfacilitate that use case."Need A Friend?But no matter how useful DLNA is, it still needs to be user-friendly for consumers to connect their deviceswith DLNA software. Brummer says that while his own mother has a brand-name TV with DLNA built in,her mobile phone doesnt have DLNA, and she would like to be able to send pictures from her phone tothe TV. DLNA-certified software could do that for her. But is it easy to do? "Sometimes you need a friendto help set things up," says Brummer.While the DLNA continues its efforts to make fixed-mobile convergence easier for the end user, at least itcan celebrate its success with providers and CE manufacturers. Anna Enerio, marketing director at theDLNA, says the type of questions she was getting at the DLNA booth at CES 2011 were very differentthan in previous years: In the past, people wanted to know what DLNA did. This year, they wanted toknow how they could become a memberDe: CT Reports4.- Perspective on MPLS-TP and Thoughts on LTEby Nir Halachmi, Product Line ManagerNir Halachmi has returned after back-to-back participation at two very important Carrier shows in Europe – the MPLS &Ethernet World Congress and the Mobile World Congress. He’s presented us with some of his thoughts on up and comingtechnology from each of these shows. MPLS & Ethernet World Congress was all about MPLS-TP this year.MPLS-TP (Transport Profile) is a specific type of MPLS targeted to be used in the transport networksdesigned to be more cost-effective than VPLS and IP-MPLS. MPLS-TP has omitted the use of the MPLSsignaling protocols and is counting on a manual configuration of the LSPs or use of centralized
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 3/9management system. In addition to that the MPLS-TP is taking a different approach to accomplishsignaling standards by the using standards-based OAM tools to create a protocol that resemblesSONET/SDH OAM. MPLS-TP is being standardized by the IETF with support from the ITU-T. The ITU-Tpassed recommendation last week to use Y.1731 for OAM, and the debate about the final standardcontinues.Telco Systems participated in the EANTC testing of MPLS-TP at MPLS & Ethernet World Congress with ourT-Metro 7224 device that served as an MPLS-PE connected to an MPLS-TP supporting device. While weshowed that service continuity was possible, it was evident that there are still many issues which need tobe finalized in order for MPLS-TP to be adopted. We also concluded that MPLS-TP will require that a largeamount of the network intelligence pass through the management system in order to make it a practicalsolution.Another very hot topic in both shows was the mobile backhaul revolution. The mobile data surge,together with the LTE and LTE-Advance standards, represent many changes both in technology and inthe business models and opportunities for operators and providers in this domain.The need for higher bandwidth is driving mobile providers to look for solution that will allow them tosupport it. Femto and pico cells are smaller base stations that have been designed to support smallerareas. They allow the mobile operator to offload the larger cell traffic and offer higher bandwidth in smalllocation typically with higher population density.As the price of femto and pico cells drops, mobile operators will deploy increasingly more of these smallerbase stations to accommodate high density user areas such as shopping malls, convention centers andtransportation centers. This means that the cost center of the mobile operator network will shift to mobilebackhaul. This will require that the mobile operator lease more and more services from the wholesaleproviders who already have a footprint in the service area, clearly creating a huge opportunity forutilities, wholesale providers and even the incumbent fixed broadband operators to provide theinfrastructure that mobile operators will require for mobile backhaul.But these opportunities come with additional requirements like time synchronization , CES, OAM, andtight QoS support. We have seen that 1588v2 is gaining momentum, yet SyncE is becoming morecommon, thus confirming our belief that the mobile backhaul network will be a hybrid timesynchronization technology network.The increasing demand for bandwidth combined with new mobile equipment like smartphone, tablets,laptops etc. is creating new challenges for mobile operators. That’s why we are targeting our solutions toaddress not only the bandwidth and synchronization demands but also provide the ability for operators tooptimize their existing infrastructure in order to minimize both CAPEX and OPEX.DE: Telco Systems.5.- Entel sella reorganización este mesSegún nuevo gerente general de la firma, Antonio Büchi, entel sella reorganización este mes y prevéeventual reducción de personal Nueva estructura integra áreas de negocios, para prestar servicios porcclientes.El proceso de integración del negocio móvil y fijo iniciado por entel durante 2010, que decantó en sureestructuración organizacional, está próximo a finiquitarse.Así lo confirmó su recién asumido gerente general, Antonio Büchi, cuyo nombramiento justamente resultóde este proceso, ya que anteriormente ejercía como gerente general de red fija. “En marzo termina”,precisó el ejecutivo.Esta nueva fase dirigirá a la firma hacia la prestación de servicios por clientes, dejando de lado las áreasde negocios, y en este sentido, Büchi adelantó que “seguro va a haber reducción en número depersonas, pero en áreas puntuales”.Por la misma razón, el ejecutivo señaló que la empresa ya evalúa una oferta de packs por clientes,principalmente abocados a ofertas y descuentos. En esta línea, reiteró la conformidad de la firma con laconsulta iniciada por la Fiscalía Nacional Económica (FNE) para regular la paquetización en el mercado.Banda ancha móvil.-
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 4/9Por otro lado, Büchi aseguró que la empresa ve para este año un fuerte aumento en banda ancha móvil(BAM), en línea con la tendencia a nivel de sector, para que próximamente el servicio supere a la bandaancha fija, aunque precisó que en ciertos segmentos. “No es tan obviamente sustitutiva (la banda anchamóvil), pero sí ha ayudado a cerrar brecha y yo creo que lo va a seguir haciendo, porque tiene la opciónde ser más acotada”, dijo.En este sentido, añadió que se ve espacio para que siga creciendo este mercado en Chile, “porque va allegar a usuarios que, de alguna manera, son sustitutos de la fija –ya sea en zonas más rurales o enzonas de ingresos más bajos que ven en ella una opción más apropiada en términos de gastos- o comocomplemento de los usuarios de más alto uso”.Según él, “la internet móvil (por sí sola) ya ha permitido una defensa en los ingresos en entel porusuarios (ARPU)”, ayudando a mantener estos niveles.Más espectro.-Büchi además enfatizó en la necesidad de espectro de la compañía. “Las cantidades de espectro quetienen los operadores en el mundo para desarrollar 3G y 4G son grandes, entre 120 Mhz y 150 Mhz poroperador. Nosotros tenemos 60 Mhz. Ya nos empieza a apretar por muchos lados”.En estos términos, “mientras menos espectro, más cantidad de antenas”, comentó Büchi, lo querelacionó a los mayores costos que tiene el acceso por aire a por cable, caso de la internet móvil, porejemplo.En esta línea, señaló que “hoy estamos explorando cobertura y capacidad fuertemente para la demanda.Para eso nuestro plan de inversión, de lo cual la mitad es red de infraestructura de despliegue paraservicios, principalmente de banda ancha móvil”. Sobre el presupuesto para 2011, adelantó estará entre“US$ 500 a US$ 600 millones”.De : BDiario Financiero, Michelle Cazenave L.6.- Chile se encaminaría a tener un 80% de hogares con TV de pagoDe acuerdo a cifras que publica el Consejo Latinoamericano de Publicidad en Multicanales (LAMAC) latelevisión de pago sigue creciendo en la región y se proyecta que Chile alcanzaría los niveles depenetración de Argentina y Colombia, donde llega a un 80% de los hogares.En el país se experimentó un 22 % de crecimiento en tan solo dos años y en la actualidad el 55.6% delos hogares ya cuentan con el servicio de TV de pago, esto representa más de la mitad de los hogares delas regiones medidas por IBOPE.En América Latina, en los últimos 3 años el total de crecimiento de la televisión de pago alcanzó un 52%.La situación actual de penetración, es decir el porcentaje de hogares con TV de pago es del 35%, estosignifica que hay 42.5 millones de hogares con esta conexión."Como consecuencia de estos rápidos crecimientos en la penetración de los hogares de TV de pago entodos los países latinoamericanos, los anunciantes y las agencias de publicidad tendrán que reevaluar ladistribución de sus presupuestos publicitarios para estar acorde con estos cambios, sin lugar a duda, LaTV de Pago deberá tener mayor relevancia en sus pautas y en el mix de inversión que manejen” señaloGary McBride (foto), presidente de Lamac.En México la TV paga ha crecido un 34 % en los últimos dos años. Esto significa que a nivel nacional lapenetración es de un 41.2% alcanzando asi más de 10 millones de suscriptores (dato suministrado porLAMAC).En los últimos dos años Brasil tuvo un remarcable crecimiento del 53 %. Significando que el 28.6% de los hogares ya cuentan con este servicio. (Información recaudada sólo en las áreas registradas porIBOPE).Este enorme crecimiento es consecuencia de un mayor número de ofertantes de sistemas de TV paga debajo costo, como DTH (Direct to Home), con tarifas más accesibles. Esto ha generado que veamosaumentos impresionantes en la penetración de TV paga, mayormente en las clases media y baja, lo que
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 5/9ha transformado el panorama de accesibilidad a servicio en la región. Según McBride, estecomportamiento demuestra que países como Brasil, México, al igual que Chile, están en via de alcanzarniveles de penetración similares a Colombia y Argentina en donde casi el 80 % de los hogares ya tienenTV paga.De: Digital Broadcast7.- Japan Earthquake Disrupts Some NTT Com ServicesNTT Communications (NTT Com) announced today that some of its services have been disrupted by thepowerful earthquake that hit the Tohoku and Kanto regions of Japan March 11.Enterprise IP-VPN and e-VLAN services have been partially unavailable in the Tohoku region. Thecompany is making every effort to fully restore these services.Submarine cables connecting Japan with the United States and other parts of Asia have been partiallydamaged, but the company has been using backup cable routes to maintain uninterrupted service.NTT Coms data center services have been operating without disruption.De: CT Report8.- Huawei Releases Nodal IP and Gb/s IP Microwave Products .Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunications network solutions for operators aroundthe world, today unveiled the OptiX RTN 980 – the industrys first Nodal IP microwave product tointegrate hybrid and pure packet microwave transmissions. Huawei also announced an upgraded versionof its OptiX 900 series that provides a throughput of 1 Gb/s per frequency carrier.The OptiX RTN 980 supports the aggregation of microwave transmission in 14 RF directions and canevolve to support aggregation of microwave transmission in 28 RF directions. The OptiX RTN 980 alsosupports TDM and packet cross-connections, enabling evolution from TDM to All-IP services. With a 22Gbps packet cross-connection capacity, the OptiX RTN 980 also supports high density microwavedeployment."Huaweis expertise in the fields of microwave, IP, and transmission provides a strong foundation fordeveloping cutting-edge RF, All-IP evolution, and networking microwave solutions. The introduction ofthe OptiX RTN 980 and upgraded OptiX 900 demonstrates Huaweis leadership in providing end-to-end IPmicrowave solutions that help carriers strengthen their mobile broadband services," said Christian Chua,President of Network, Huawei.The new OptiX RTN 900 series – which includes the OptiX RTN 910, OptiX RTN 950, and OptiX RTN 980products – integrates advanced compression technology to increase throughput per frequency carrierfrom 400 Mbps to 1 Gbps. In addition, the upgraded series supports All-IP services evolution with multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) technology.A worldwide leader in the transmission field, Huawei provides unified carriers and intelligent transmissionsolutions to global operators integrating WDM/OTN, MSTP/Hybrid MSTP and microwave systems.According to the most recent statistics from SkyLight Financial Group, Huawei ranks in the top 3 global IPproviders and first in the world in the global IP microwave market.De: Huawei Press Realeases9.- Chile se posiciona como el primer país latinoamericano con mejor conectividadPor tercer año consecutivo, Nokia Siemens Networks presentó los resultados del estudio ConnectivityScorecard 2010, en el cual Chile conservó su tercera posición entre las 25 economías emergentes delmundo y la primera de América Latina, con un puntaje de 6.06.Este estudio tiene como objetivo medir el uso útil de las Tecnologías de la Comunicación y la Información(TICs) e indicar el nivel en que el consumidor, empresas y gobierno hacen uso adecuado de estastecnologías para aportar al desarrollo del país.Chile es uno de los mercados de telecomunicaciones más maduros en la región y un pionero en nuevastecnologías. Incluso, en diciembre del 2009, Chile se convirtió en el primer país en América Latina y el
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 6/9quinto en el mundo después de Suecia, Noruega, Japón, y EU) para probar la tecnología LTE (Long TermEvolution).El posicionamiento de Chile es obtenido gracias a que posee una de las infraestructuras detelecomunicaciones más avanzadas en Sudamérica. “Las tarifas de penetración de Internet y de bandaancha del país están entre el más alto en la región, y esto puede ser atribuido a su relativamente altoPIB, su receptividad hacia nuevas tecnologías, y la alta competición en su mercado de banda ancha”,señala Ángelo Guerra, Gerente General de Nokia Siemens Networks, Chile. Como con la mayor parte desus pares, teléfonos móviles son más populares que líneas fijas. Sin embargo, todavía hay espacio parauna mayor penetración de teléfono móvil dada a fuerte infraestructura presentada por el país.El estudio señala que el funcionamiento del país en términos de uso de negocio y habilidades puede sermás eficiente, considerando su infraestructura sólida. Los gastos de negocio para el hardware y elsoftware son relativamente modestos comparados con las economías emergentes y como también losniveles de tráfico de comunicaciones internacionales.Conectividad en Latinoamérica. Sólo Brasil y México formaron parte del estudio de conectividad enel 2008. Para el año siguiente, el número de países de la región se incrementó a cinco, surgiendoeconomías como Chile, Argentina y Colombia entre los mejores 10 puntajes.De acuerdo con el Connectivity Scorecard 2010, los primeros lugares están ocupados por Malasia (7.14),Sudáfrica (6.18) y Chile (6.06), seguidos por Argentina (5.90), Rusia (5.82), Brasil (5.32), Turquía (5.09),México (5.00) y Colombia (4,76). Después se encuentran economías como Ucrania, Botswana y Tailandia.Debido a su infraestructura, Chile ha logrado mantenerse en el tercer lugar de las economías emergentescon mejor puntaje en conectividad, siendo el primer país de la región en implantar nuevas tecnologías.DE: Mundo en Línea10.- IRIS Space Routing a Revolution for Satellite ConnectivityCisco Systems launched its Internet Router in Space (IRIS) program on the Intelsat 14 satellite when thespacecraft was orbited in November 2009.The router’s configuration, triggered by a development contract from the U.S. Department of Defense,was designed to merge communications received on various frequency bands and transmit them tomultiple users and support network services for voice, video and data communications for the U.S.military from 315 degrees East over the Atlantic Ocean. An evaluation of the IRIS service by Cisco andthe Pentagon was completed in April 2010, and now Cisco is looking to monetize the service. DE: Via Satellite’s Texto completo: http://www.satellitetoday.com/eletters/military/2011-03-08/36294.html?hq_e=el&hq_m=2156682&hq_l=8&hq_v=06d1daaf5911.- LinkedIn bate la marca de los 100 millones de usuariosLa red social de Internet orientada a profesionales LinkedIn anunció que superó el umbral de los 100millones de usuarios en todo el mundo, con un crecimiento constante de "casi un millón de nuevosmiembros por semana"."Estamos creciendo a un ritmo de un millón de nuevos miembros de LinkedIn por semana", escribió eldirector ejecutivo de la red, Jeff Weiner, en una entrada en su blog.La red reveló detalles internos para celebrar el paso a los 100 millones de usuarios, como por ejemploque la mayoría de sus miembros (56 millones) viven fuera de Estados Unidos. Además indicó que sucrecimiento fue particularmente rápido en Brasil, donde la popularidad de la red creció 428% en un año.También hubo aumentos notables en México (+178%), India (+76%) y Francia (+72%).DE: Mundo en Línea
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 7/912.- MPLS-TP: The factsWith ITU’s recent announcement on an OAM standard for MPLS in transport networks generating claimsfrom the Internet Society that it will jeopardize the Internet, counter claims and much press coverage itseems the right time to set the record straight.The technology at the heart of the debate is operations and management (OAM) for Transport MPLS.MPLS-TP refers to an adaptation of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)s MPLS protocol fortelecom networks. MPLS can carry packets of different types, allowing telecom operators to offer privateconnections as well as IP services.ITU-T Study Group 15 working on MPLS-TP voted 25, February 2011, to proceed with its own OAMsolution, rather than only working with the IETF on the development its preferred OAM solution. Thisstep was taken since, despite the agreement between the two organizations to work together, the OAMsolution being developed by the IETF does not satisfy the requirements of some members of the ITU.The text below charts a history of the work T-MPLS/MPLS-TP work in ITU to address a managementprotocol for telecom-operator networks and seeks to explain the divergence.DE: ITU Latest News Texto completo: http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/newslog/MPLSTP+The+Facts.aspx13.- Nortel completes Sale of Multi Service Switch business to EricssonTORONTO - Nortel Networks Corporation [OTC: NRTLQ] announced that it, its principal operatingsubsidiary Nortel Networks Limited (NNL), and certain of its other subsidiaries, including Nortel NetworksInc. and Nortel Networks UK Limited (in administration), have completed the sale of substantially all ofthe assets of Nortels Multi Service Switch (MSS) businesses globally to Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson("Ericsson") for a cash purchase price of US$65 million subject to working capital and other adjustments.Substantially all MSS employees are joining Ericsson, including those in certain EMEA jurisdictions whoare transferring to Ericsson by operation of law."The sale of Nortels Multi Service Switch business represents another major milestone," said GeorgeRiedel, Chief Strategy Officer and President, Business Units, Nortel. "Ericsson will preserve our richheritage of innovation, expertise and talent to serve a growing customer base. We wish everyone lastingsuccess."As previously announced, Nortel does not expect that the Companys common shareholders or the NNLpreferred shareholders will receive any value from the creditor protection proceedings and expects thatthe proceedings will result in the cancellation of these equity interests.DE: Nortel News Releases, March 11, 201114.- SkyCross Announces 4G LTE MIMO Antenna Solution Design WinSkyCross, a global developer and manufacturer of advanced antenna and RF solutions that are poweringthe emergence of 4G networks, today announced that IPWireless, a leading provider of 3G/4G mobilebroadband technology including infrastructure and devices for new applications and markets, hasselected SkyCross to design a custom State-Tuned iMAT™ antenna into its new multiband LTE USBmodem. The design win is the first to leverage the new SkyCross ST-iMAT technology.“SkyCross is extremely pleased that IPWireless has chosen our ST-iMAT MIMO antenna solution for itslatest 4G LTE USB modem,” said Charles A. Riggle, SkyCross Vice President of Marketing and BusinessDevelopment. “This is an important design win for SkyCross since MIMO LTE systems are beginning toemerge with the promise of higher throughput, support for existing 3G networks, and sleek industrial
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 8/9designs. IPWireless is an innovative company that is helping to create the future of 4G with products likethis new multiband 4G USB modem.”The SkyCross State-Tuned iMAT™ antenna solution is a patented design approach that extends theaward-winning performance of the company’s Isolated Mode Antenna Technology (iMAT®), whichpermits a single radiating element to behave like multiple antennas. State tuning enables the MIMOperformance of an iMAT® single radiating element to be applied across multiple frequency bands whilesimultaneously increasing radiated efficiency—without increasing the overall size of the antenna relativeto conventional approaches.“The design collaboration between IPWireless and SkyCross has produced several successful newproducts over the past two years, and we are consistently pleased with the performance valueproposition of SkyCross antennas,” said Roger Nichol, IPWireless Chief Development Officer. “TheSkyCross State-Tuned iMAT™ antenna enables us to deliver a product that addresses the requirementsfor support of multiple frequency bands, high MIMO throughput, and stylish industrial design.”About SkyCross: SkyCross, Inc. (www.skycross.com) provides the 4G MIMO antenna solutions that arepowering the emergence of multiband, LTE and HSPA+ wireless devices in the smartphone, homeentertainment, and computing industries. SkyCross offers unique, high-performance antenna technologybundled with RF system-level expertise and responsive regional support from its full-service facilities inthe USA, South Korea, China, and Taiwan. This convenient approach empowers device manufacturers todevelop winning consumer electronics products and deliver them to market faster, easier, and withgreater performance.DE: Connected Plannet, Richard Purcell March 22nd, 201115.- Presentaciones financieras de entel:http://www.entel.cl/inversionistas/presentaciones.html16.- Nokia Siemens Networks to participate in large scale China TD-LTE trialProvides TD-LTE network, OSS, services for large-scale field trial in HangzhouWith the approval of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic ofChina (MIIT), Nokia Siemens Networks has become one of the first telecommunications equipmentvendors to participate in the large-scale TD-LTE trial with China Mobile. Nokia Siemens Networks willoffer its commercial 2.3GHz/2.6GHz TD-LTE equipment, professional services and management softwareto conduct the major field trial in Hangzhou.Nokia Siemens Networks has already completed both 2.3 and 2.6GHz outdoor, and 2.3GHz indoor, single-system testing with TD-LTE. The company is one of the first global vendors to be selected for the large-scale TD-LTE field trials with China Mobile. In addition, Nokia Siemens Networks has conductedinteroperability tests of its TD-LTE equipment with a number of TD-LTE devices of major suppliers. Asstated by MIIT, Nokia Siemens Networks will cooperate with China Mobile to accelerate networkconstruction, equipment installation, and network optimization according to the overall requirements andplan of the large-scale TD-LTE trial in Hangzou.“Nokia Siemens Networks has built a complete TD-LTE business in China, integrating procurement,production, testing and maintenance with its Hangzhou R&D Center at the center of this value chain,”said Markus Borchert, head of Greater China customer operations at Nokia Siemens Networks. “Theapproval by MIIT confirms our long-term support for TD-LTE and our leadership driving the globalecosystem for unpaired frequency bands.”In addition to its market-leading Single RAN Advanced radio equipment, Nokia Siemens Networks willprovide network planning and network optimization services to ensure sustained network quality andperformance. Configuration, monitoring and optimization for this project will be based on the company’sNetwork Management System, NetAct.DE: Nokia Siemens Press Releases
    • fam’s teleco news (12ªEd-Marzo-2011.) 9/917.- GOBIERNO PUBLICA NORMAS OPERATIVAS DE PORTABILIDAD Y ESTABLECEOBLIGACIONES Y PROCEDIMIENTOS PARA LICITAR AL ORGANISMOADMINISTRADOR DE LA PORTABILIDADSe publican en el Diario Oficial los Reglamentos que permitirán iniciar el proceso de implementación de la portabilidad en elpaís, estos reglamentos establecen los procedimientos que deberán seguir los suscriptores y usuarios de telefonía local,móvil, y del mismo tipo, así como las propias empresas, para hacer valer su derecho a cambiarse de empresa llevando sunúmero telefónico. También se establecen las obligaciones y los procedimientos que las empresas deberán cumplir paradesarrollar el proceso de licitación para adjudicar al operador del Administrador de la base de datos de números portadosSUBTEL inicia el proceso de constitución del Comité Representativo de las empresas de telefonía local y móvil, segúnse estableció en el Reglamento recientemente publicado. Este Comité tendrá la responsabilidad de desarrollar todo elproceso de adjudicación que permitirá en un breve plazo contratar a la empresa que se hará cargo de la administración dela base de datos de números portados. Ver Normativa Portabilidad.18.- Próximos Eventos:* 11-13 April 2011; Terabit Optical Networking; Novotel Hotel, Cannes, France;http://www.layer123.com/terabits* April 12-14; IMS World Forum 2011; Hotel Pullman Barcelona Skipper, Avenidadel Litoral 10, 08005 Barcelona, Spain; http://www.ims-conference.com* APR 21st-22nd; BROADBAND WIRELESS WORLD; LAS VEGAS, USA*MAY 10th-14th; SVIAZ EXPOCOM, RUSSIA; MOSCOW, RUSSIA*May 17 - 18 ; LTE WorldSummit 2011; Amsterdam, The Netherlands, RAI;http://ws.lteconference.com/* May 24th, Facebook Conference, NYC, US*JUN 16th-17th; ARABCOM; BEIRUT, LEBONAN*JUN 14th-17th; COMMUNICASIA; SINGAPOREfam / Marzo de 2011Serán bienvenidos sus comentarios a: famapablaza@hotmail.comPresentaciones Técnicas disponibles para consulta y Noticias de mesesprevios en:http://www.slideshare.net/fapablaza COMPARTA CON SUS COLABORADORES Y COLEGAS <<<<****>>>>