Alcatel-Lucent wins Mongolian 3G deal

Telecoms equipment company Alcatel-Lucent has won a contract from Mongolian mobile operator Mobicom to deploy a 3G wireless broadband network. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Under the deal signed through its Chinese subsidiary Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell, the company will provide Mobicom with its advanced converged radio access network (RAN) portfolio to sustain the rapid increase of voice and data traffic and enable Mobicom's smooth transformation to LTE. The solution also includes 3G UMTS/HSPA base stations, radio network controller, network management system and critical professional services including network installation and testing.

The company said its solution will enable Mobicom to extend its network capacity and coverage and meet the growing demand for new broadband data services in Mongolia.

Rajeev Singh-Molares, incoming president of Asia Pacific at Alcatel-Lucent, said: "Our scalable solution offers service providers like Mobicom greater network reliability and agility, while minimizing their total cost of network ownership. With our converged technologies and solutions, Alcatel-Lucent is committed to helping Mobicom's sustainable development."

Last week, Alcatel-Lucent won a contract from Australian data services provider Nextgen Networks to deploy its optical platform as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN).


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