November 2003
Networks Update;Nov2003, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports on the end-to-end network management system launched by Tellabs Inc. designed to cut the cost of deploying 3G wireless networks in cooperation with Nokia Networks. Benefits of the integration of the two companies' network management system; Key features of the pre-integrated management solution; Target market for the solution; Products and services provided by Tellabs.


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