Ooredoo deploys Nokia small cell solution

Telco completed trial of small cell solutions in high-traffic locations in Doha
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Nokia Networks has won a deal with Ooredoo Qatar to deploy its small cells in coverage hotspots across the country, following a trial of Nokia’s 4G LTE and 3G small cell solutions in high-traffic indoor and outdoor locations in Doha.

Nokia Flexi Zone small cells are installed in strategic locations such as restaurant rooftops to ensure additional capacity, coverage and better network availability, as well as reduce latency, said the company.

The Flexi Zone solution is intended to complement Ooredoo’s 4G macro network, supporting enhanced voice and data services in the most crowded and demand-heavy indoor and outdoor areas.

The agreement includes the Nokia NetAct system for consolidated network management across small cells and the macro network layer.

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