As part of the agreement, Nokia will offer network optimization, operations and maintenance, maintenance and equipment services and training as a management service (Build-Operate Transfer). In addition, Nokia will provide installation, commissioning, integration, project management, network planning. The network is supported by the proven Nokia NetAct (TM) network and service management system among manufacturers. Members and directors should be aware that this proposed collective agreement may contain errors and omissions that will be corrected in the coming months when the agreement is concluded and printed. Once the printed version is completed, employers are responsible for distributing the registers to employees covered by the HSPBA. On October 29, 2019, an agreement was reached on the details of the HSPBA pay rates negotiated for the 2019-2022 Health Researchers Collective Agreement. You can find the final salary schedules here. Please note that there are several professional schedules and you must refer to the salary schedule that corresponds to your profession. The health researchers` collective agreement is negotiated between employers and the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association (HSPBA). It has more than 16,000 members of the HSA as well as members of the Employees Union Hospital (HEU), the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the Professional Association of Employees (PEA) and the BC Government Employees Union (BCGEU). Nokia will provide its 3G radio and nuclear network technology, including the Nokia High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) solution, and the Nokia UltraSite basic subsystem, to minimize operating costs and network operation, so that services can be competitive.
Nokia will also provide its MSC Server Mobile Softswitch subsystem and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) for fixed and mobile solutions in its Unified Core Networks portfolio, to provide Mobil with high capacity and inexpensive ways to provide voice and IP services. Deliveries have already begun and the network is expected to be operational in July. 3GPP Release 8 indicates other improvements for HSPA, such as the system. B of dual carrier downlink and the combination of MIMO and 64QAM modulations. Both of these features allow a maximum data rate of 42.2 Mbps in the down link. In addition, the HSPA switching voice provides optimized support for voice services in a wireless HSPA package access network. In addition, latency is further improved by allocating common resources to the CELL_FACH and applying layer 2 extensions in the uplink.