22 May '13, 5pm

NSN Launches Smart Networks for #Smartphones via @WirelessWeek #1GBperday$ - quoting our @phil_…

The following story includes changes to the 3rd and 4th pghs to clarify what happens when the phone loses power. (LAS VEGAS) - Talk to someone with Nokia Siemens Networks and you’ll find out they consider the mobile network to be a thinking, almost human, thing. Especially when the network is talking to a smartphone. NSN announced at CTIA 2013 Tuesday new software applications that let networks more easily manage and reduce signaling traffic and connections with devices. The software enhances the NSN Liquid Radio WCDMA Software Suite. Phil Twist, head of portfolio marketing for NSN, said an example of the software’s capabilities is when a smartphone drops the connection using ‘fast dormancy’ to preserve its battery when always-on applications are running in the background. “The network can’t control the fast dormancy switch off, and when the device reconnects there is a lo...

Full article: http://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2013/05/nsn-launches-sma...

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