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Nebula starts to offer very high speed broadband internet connections provided by Nokia Siemens Networks

04.07.2007
Finnish Internet Service Provider Nebula starts to offer its customers in the Helsinki capital area up to 100 Mbit/s broadband internet connections, using a VDSL2 solution provided by Nokia Siemens Networks.

Nebula plans to connect the first VDSL2 customers within few weeks. ”We want to offer the very best for our customers. Nokia Siemens Networks was able to deliver a fast and flexible solution in no time”, describes Rauli Arjatsalo, Chief Technical Officer at Nebula.

“Nokia Siemens Networks VDSL2 is a perfect solution for advanced service providers like Nebula because it makes very high data rates possible in densely populated areas”, says Ville Autere, head of Nokia Siemens Networks Broadband sales in the Nordic countries.

The new Nokia Siemens Networks VDSL2 broadband solution indeed makes very high data rates possible in densely populated areas using local copper telephone network. The solution provides fast symmetric connections with very high upstream speed in a most cost-efficient way, in addition to even faster downstream connections.

About Nebula

Nebula is an Internet Service Provider that specializes in hosting services. Nebula has been in the business for years; hosting services were launched in 1997. Nebula has quickly grown to a major service provider status in our field, with thousands of business customers.

Nebula is a reliable and well-established company. Again, in 2006 we received the highest possible AAA rating in the Dun & Bradstreet financial rating, for fifth consecutive year. Yearly turnover is growing strong and exceeded 5.7 Million Euros in 2006. Despite our rapid growth, the company has always been profitable.

Nebula's goal is to provide our customers with a versatile and suitable internet service. Nebula is capable of providing all telecommunications and internet services for your company, with it's own datacenters in Finland, UK, Singapore and in the USA.

About Nokia Siemens Networks

Nokia Siemens Networks is a leading global enabler of communications services. The company provides a complete, well-balanced product portfolio of mobile and fixed network infrastructure solutions and addresses the growing demand for services with 20,000 service professionals worldwide. The combined pro-forma net sales of €17.1 billion in fiscal year 2006 make Nokia Siemens Networks one of the largest telecommunications infrastructure companies. Nokia Siemens Networks has operations in some 150 countries and is headquartered in Espoo, Finland. It combines Nokia’s Networks Business Group and the carrier related businesses of Siemens Communications.

Media Enquiries

Nokia Siemens Networks
Riitta Mård
Media Relations
Phone: +358 50 514 9718
E-mail: mediarelations@nsn.com
Liisa Sareela
Communications
Broadband Access
Phone: +358 50 487 6636
E-mail: liisa.sareela@nsn.com
Nebula Oy
Rauli Arjatsalo
E-mail: rauli.arjatsalo@nebula.fi

Riitta Mård | Nokia Siemens Networks
Further information:
http://www.nebula.fi
http://www.nokiasiemensnetworks.com

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