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September 11, 2008

Mobile 3.0 launches test service powered by Nokia Siemens Networks

Mobile 3.0, a German mobile TV provider, has launched a test service based on a mobile television solution from Nokia Siemens Networks. The company will offer high-quality broadcasts of television and radio channels to users on the move.

By CBR Staff Writer

Having launched the service, initially available in four German cities – Hamburg, Hanover, Frankfurt and Munich – includes nine TV channels and three radio stations. It will help gather information on actual demand, expected consumption patterns, coverage and reception conditions in order to fine-tune the broadcasts and identify commercial services to be launched in the future, once Mobile 3.0 receives all the remaining licenses.

During the test, Nokia Siemens Networks will fully host, operate and integrate its mobile TV solution, which is based on the Digital Video Broadcasting for Handheld (DVB-H) standard. The platform processes the content and provides the data stream to the broadcast network operator, while Nokia is supplying end-user terminals.

To achieve optimum results, Nokia Siemens Networks has been working closely with Mobile 3.0 to meet various challenges – in connectivity, efficiency, quality assurance and revenue generation. The DVB-H solution includes a broad range of services like system design, installation and integration. Nokia Siemens Networks also will host the system in its European hosting center and will be responsible for operation and maintenance.

Nokia Siemens Networks’ DVB-H solution is based on open standards and requires little time to implement. Its end-to-end capability combines the equipment, services and devices to create a solution for full DVB-H rollout. This gives Nokia Siemens Networks a better position to help its customers meet market demands in the best way.

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