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Motorola optimizes broadband data networks in Malaysia

Posted: 29 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:2.5g? 3g? data networks? maxis broaband?

Malaysia-based Motorola Electronics Sdn Bhd is optimizing the existing 2.5 and 3G data networks of Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd (Maxis).

Motorola's network optimization service is already available on Maxis 3G networks, and is expected to be commercially deployed on the operator's 2.5G networks by Q4 2005. By then, Maxis' data subscribers can look forward to improved mobile data experience, such as faster Web browsing and speedier downloads of multimedia content.

Motorola's suite of network optimization solutions and services enables operators to leverage their existing investment in data networks to boost revenue opportunities from mobile data services, according to the company.

Through the use of enhanced data reduction techniques and protocol acceleration algorithms, the Motorola solution greatly reduces download times to provide enhanced user experience promoting increased data usage. This in turn will benefit operators as it will enable them to attract and retain new users, gain greater market share and reduce churn. In addition, by achieving more efficient use of their existing infrastructure, network operators can help increase subscriber capacity, reduce capital expenditure and network operating costs.

The agreement with Maxis further strengthens Motorola's network position and commitment in the market. Motorola first started installing Maxis' GSM system 10 years ago, and in 2001 installed its GPRS wireless data network.

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