Big gains, small package... Operators often struggle with expanding their reach to offer high-bandwidth services to all end-users in their service area. Providing such in-demand services to users in remote and rural locations remains a challenge. The lack of fixed optical connectivity, the high cost of running fiber and other factors often force the utilization of expensive satellite links or, even worse, a complete lack of any connectivity at all. Cellular networks can be an expensive and complicated proposition. Commercial and private mobile networks are made up of a large number of base station sites while core network functions are typically located in a smaller number of distributed locations. Nokia’s LTE Network in a Box (NIB) eliminates the complexity associated with such complicated deployments by integrating the primary mobile network functions into a single unit. The result? An ultra-compact LTE network that is assembled, preconfigured and ready to be deployed where it is needed most. Ideal for quickly providing underserved or rural areas with the macro-site coverage and capacity required for the delivery of real-time communication services. Also ideal for private industrial applications (such as mining, electric utility, oil and gas, etc.) that require high bandwidth connectivity, Nokia’s LTE NIB can be deployed in a matter of minutes to provide the level of connectivity and coverage that is required. Download Nokia's LTE Network in a Box white paper to learn more. Download Nokia's Network-in-a-Box executive presentation Questions? Contact us at NAM [dot] NIB [at] nokia [dot] com.
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