Getting set for the ‘new business opportunities’ for operators and end-users that 5G applications and capabilities will deliver, Nokia is preparing a standout MWC 2016 5G showcase.
Nokia and Challenge Networks have partnered to deploy a private LTE network for Beach Energy, Australia's largest onshore oil producer.
Finnish cybersecurity company Nixu and Nokia Networks have entered into an agreement to collaborate on developing and delivering cybersecurity for Nokia’s clients worldwide.
Nokia Networks, Deutsche Telekom and Cosmote say they’ve successfully demonstrated the first 3.5GHz LTE-A FDD-TDD 3 carrier aggregation for an improved mobile broadband experience.
Nokia has joined the Open Compute Project and says it will work with the OCP Foundation to build an OCP variant of the Nokia AirFrame Data Centre Solution.
Former chief of Nokia for Australia and New Zealand, Paul Tyler, is to become the Head of the merged entity, Nokia Acatel Lucent, for Asia-Pacific and Japan when the merger completes by mid-2016.
Telstra says its latest world-first test of 1Gbps capability on its commercial mobile network ‘pushes LTE beyond the 4G barrier.’
Nokia and Artemis have signed an MoU to ‘collaborate in the prototyping and trialling of Artemis pCell wireless technology’ in 2016 with wireless operators.
This background info document explains the 5G conundrum and how Artemis is best placed to solve it today - not in 2020 or 2025.
A joint research project is evaluating 5G radio tech at lower frequencies with trials ‘to demonstrate 10Gbps throughput with low latency’.
Nokia and Dubai telco ‘du’ are first in UAE to use telco drones for better network planning, faster optimisation, automated testing and analysis, tower inspections and more.
Nokia has signed up to sponsor 5G research at Germany’s University of Kaiserslautern which will study the telco architecture required for the next generation of super-fast networks.
Nokia has released what it says is the first telecommunications industry index for evaluating operators transformation of their businesses to the cloud.
Nokia has created an ultra-compact LTE network for quick deployment for first responders, for stand-alone comms at mine sites or in rural/remote areas.
Ruckus Wireless will integrate its 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology with Nokia Networks’ Flexi Zone small cells.
Nokia says it is focused on harnessing the potential of mobile broadband in the Australian market, and has appointed a new managing director to lead the company’s further development of its business in the Australian and New Zealand region.
The Linux Foundation - with support from many big names in the industry - has launched a project to build an open platform for network functions virtualisation (NFV).
CA Technologies has appointed of three new senior sales directors and a president of services.
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