CTI Movil Upgrades Wireless Network in Paraguay with Nortel Solutions
Technology to Help Increase Network Coverage and Support Delivery of Advanced Services.
FEBRUARY 09, 2006, ASUNCION, Paraguay - AMX Paraguay, S.A., a subsidiary of, America Můvil [BMV:AMX; NYSE:AMX; NASDAQ:AMOV] has upgraded its network in Paraguay with Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT] wireless solutions.
Nortelís GSM, GPRS, and EDGE technologies are allowing CTI Můvil to expand its coverage area in Paraguay while offering its subscribers new enhanced services such as wireless web browsing, email and downloading ring tones and games.
The network upgrade also provides a foundation for CTI Můvil to evolve its network to 3G capabilities through UMTS. In addition to GSM access equipment, Nortel is also providing CTI with services from the Nortel Global Services portfolio, including project management, network engineering, radio frequency design, installation and commissioning.
ďWe are making continuous investments necessary to enhance our networks in Paraguay as part of our strategy to offer our customers the best coverage and most advanced servicesĒ said Fernando Gonzalez, general director, CTI Můvil Paraguay. ďCTI Můvil and Nortel have been together in the country since August of last year, working on the deployment of the biggest cellular network in the Paraguay.Ē
ďNortel works with customers throughout Latin America to deploy, maintain and evolve advanced wireless infrastructure that allow these operators to offer multiple services while helping them reduce operating costs,Ē said Pablo Vazquez, president and general manager, Mexico and Mesoamerica, Nortel. ďThis latest project with CTI Movil reinforces Nortelís position as one of the main providers of advanced wireless networks in the Southern Cone where we are committed to helping regional operators enhance the communication experience of their customers.Ē
The new CTI network provides both GPRS and EDGE capabilities bringing flexible and robust wireless 3G capabilities to users in Paraguay.
Nortel wireless technology is designed to maximize existing customer investments and help service providers drive down capital and operating costs. Nortelís GSM/UMTS-based solutions are HSDPA-ready and designed to easily upgrade to support HSDPA through a software installation. This gives operators the flexibility to more cost-effectively upgrade their networks as needed to boost capacity to meet market demand for wide area broadband wireless data services.
Nortel currently works with other Amťrica Můvil operators in providing wireless technology solutions in other Latin American countries, including Claro in Brazil and SERCOM in Guatemala. Nortel is also currently working with CTI Argentina in building its coastal network.
Nortel has designed, installed and launched more than 300 wireless networks in over 70 countries. Nortelís leadership in wireless data networks coupled with its enterprise strategy of delivering seamless voice, data, multimedia and converged IP-enabled solutions will allow businesses and consumers to enjoy a seamless, mobile broadband experience.
Nortel offers a full range of integrated professional services to provide end-to-end, multi-vendor network solutions that deliver significant business value for customers. Nortel provides the necessary services to successfully design, deploy, manage and maintain todayís multi-vendor networks and to facilitate transition to next generation technologies.
About America Movil
America Movil is the leading provide for wireless services in Latin America with operations in various countries in the Americas, and more that 84 million cell phone subscribers.
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