History: Nokia Siemens Networks is a joint venture between Nokia¶s Network business group and Siemens COM division

. It is a European company and a provider of data networking and telecommunications equipment. It is present in 200 companies worldwide and most of the employees work in six main hubs- Espoo in Finland, Munich in Germany, Delhi and Bangalore in India, Guangdong in China and Lisbon in Portugal. The customer base is around 1400 distributed around 150 countries and revenues exceeding 12.5 billion euros. Portfolio: Its portfolio is divided into 3 categories:Solutions Customer Care support Device Management Integrated provisioning Mobile backhaul Outsourcing OSS Middleware Prepaid and top-up Business Plan: 1) One simplified network- To transform the architecture into a simple, flat, all-IP architecture that facilitates optimum handling of ever-increasing traffic and simultaneously providing augmented user experience in terms of speed and data transfer. 2) One flexible service delivery- To build a flexible infrastructure that facilitates easy service creation and delivery and integrating with sectors like energy, transportation, etc. 3) One agile operation- To combine technology, information model and process perspective thereby increasing efficiency and optimizing resource utilization. Business Units: There are 3 basic business units: 1. Business Solutions(BSO) 2. Network Systems(NWS) 3. Global Services(GS) Recently NSN has further expanded its network by acquiring Apertio, a UK based network customer management tools provider. It has also displayed an intention to add Motorola to its existing resources. Services Energy efficiency solutions Global Service delivery Applications and systems Integration Care Services Consulting Managed Services Products Broadband Connectivity Business Support systems Converged Core Network Management and OSS Mobile Broadband

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