Tomsk, December 1
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and JSC "Scientific and Production Company" Micran "on Thursday opened in Tomsk Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the first Russian production of base stations of mobile networks fourth-generation (4G) technology Long Term Evolution (LTE).
At the end of August, "Micran" released the first batch of base stations LTE Multiradio BTS, Such installations were collected first RF. Information about the event appeared on our website: http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/7402/
By December 2011 the new plant has already released 1,000 base stations Flexi Multiradio 10.
At the moment, no more than a dozen companies in the world can produce equipment with support for fourth-generation LTE. And now the production of the special economic zone "Tomsk" — among them.
We are proud that we were the first to begin production in the Russian equipment LTE. Thanks to this, Russian operators will be able to use high-quality equipment 4G. Innovative technologies and optimized manufacturing processes have created a solid foundation for this important achievement, production start date LTE base stations labeled "Made in Russia".
Today, we will be able to watch Russia's first video call made on the basis of base stations in Russia — said at the ceremony, Director of Operations NSN Herbert Metz.
Videos assembly process base stations LTE: http://www.rusnano.com/Post.aspx/Show/33378
Previously, Gunter reported that the co-production will be organized in the southern area of the Tomsk special economic zone in two stages. The ground will be used for the Corps of Engineers SEZ assembly production capacity of 10,000 plants per year, will be built on the second production building.
In turn, the CEO of NSN in Russia Christina Tikhonov previously noted that the company will operate and for export, and in the future will produce up to 100,000 plants per year. She did not name the cost of the organization of production, adding that in Western Europe, the implementation of such a project costing $ 50 million.
In September, NSN and "Micran" signed an agreement to establish a joint venture. The agreement regulates the distribution of shares of joint ventures (JV) "Center of Wireless Technology", which will manufacture base stations 4G LTE for Russian operators. The share of NSN will have 75% stake in the company, "Micran" will receive 25%. It is assumed that this year, the joint venture will enter the "RUSNANO".
"The first product we made in September. Bureaucracy is too late, and today we officially have solved all questions and officially open the proceedings. For "Micran" it gives familiarity with large-scale production of advanced telecommunications equipment. Second — the opportunity to participate in the development of this equipment. And third — this is what we can bring to the NSN civilian telecommunications equipment market ", — said General Director of" Micran "Victor Gunter.
In turn, the head of the region Victor Kress noted that the opening of a new plant in Tomsk SEZ — important for the Tomsk region and the Russian Federation event.
"We have gone a company with a worldwide reputation. I yesterday (Wednesday) looked (production), experts say it's the best of what is being done in this direction. Doubly pleased that this technology development zone. From here begins to ship the product, "- said Kress.
"Russia is an important market for NSN. By locating production facilities here, we can get closer to the national operators, simplifying logistics and reducing delivery times of base stations for rapid deployment of networks "- are contained in a joint release, the words CEO NSN companies in Russia Christina Tikhonovoj.
Nokia Siemens Networks is one of the largest telecommunications hardware, software and professional services, through its work in 150 countries.
Scientific and Production Company "Micran" was created in 1991. Its principal activities are the production of telecommunication equipment, instrumentation and microwave accessories microwave path, radar equipment, security systems, GaAs monolithic integrated functional elements in the centimeter and millimeter range.
Technology LTE, complying with 3GPP Release 8 will be capable of transmitting data at speeds up to 173 megabits per second (in return), while it can be integrated with existing protocols.