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NEC connects the whole network at BBWF 2009


*** For immediate use August 13, 2009

Tokyo, Japan and London, U.K. August 13, 2009 - From September 7 to 9, 2009, NEC Corporation (NEC) will be present at Broadband World Forum Europe on stand 421. The Broadband World Forum focuses on the convergence, interoperability and transformation of carrier networks and is being held in Paris.

NEC will be exhibiting its broadband solutions at the show, including a live demonstration of its unique Open Access GPON System, its award winning femtocell and a live demonstration of its Software as a Service. NEC's AM Series range of Multi-Service Access Nodes (MSANs) is one of the world's most flexible, scalable and fastest broadband platforms enabling end-to-end service delivery, supporting both GPON and xDSL.

Additional highlights of the NEC exhibition include innovative wireless broadband related products such as Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Mobile WiMAX. NEC's new LTE wireless base stations are built in compliance with 3GPP mobile communications standards. In addition to featuring the world's top level amplifier efficiency, the systems can be constructed and operated in a more environmental-friendly way and efficiently by adopting a variety of new technologies, including SON (Self Organizing Network).

As fixed and mobile broadband evolves and becomes more ubiquitous, operators need to ensure their networks are optimized for a first class consumer experience along with security, flexibility and profitability. Advanced broadband services, such as High definition TV and a flurry of online services make broadband access key in today's world. NEC's end to end network solutions help operators connect their entire networks in the most efficient way.

In addition to the demonstrations on NEC's booth, Richard Hanscott, vice president, will chair a plenary panel session on 'Telecoms in a recession'. The panel will feature FT Orange, BT Wholesale, Telstra and others will examine how the telecoms industry is faring in the economic downturn.

Dr Shahram Niri, director of global LTE/SAE strategy and solutions will also present his paper on the future of mobile access, and Julian Ho, principal product strategist, will speak on deploying ATCA in broadband networks. Daniele Abbadessa, project manager, will also be speaking on delivering IP Telephony, IPTV and Web services on a converged IMS-based core-network to achieve next generation, unified and synchronized service experience.



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NEC Europe Ltd.
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E-Mail:claire.williamson@eu.nec.com

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