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Nokia launches Mobile Edge Computing-Based Enterprise Applications

Nokia is to extend its application of Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) so enterprises can take advantage of applications using low latency, business-critical mobile broadband networks to satisfy all their communications needs, enhance operations and reduce costs.

Nokia, Deutsche Telekom and University of Munich Achieve Speeds of 1 Tb per Second in Optical Technology Trial

Nokia Bell Labs, Deutsche Telekom T-Labs and the Technical University of Munich have achieved unprecedented transmission capacity and spectral efficiency in an optical communications field trial with a new modulation technique. The breakthrough research could extend the capability of optical networks to meet surging data traffic demands.

Vodafone, Intel and Nokia demonstrate NB-IoT at MWC16

Vodafone, Intel and Nokia are demonstrating Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology at Mobile World Congress, marking a major milestone in the drive towards commercializing NB-IoT as a global standard for connecting billions of meters, sensors, tracking devices and other objects crucial for a programmable world.

EE and Nokia demonstrate Mobile Edge Computing to enhance customer experience in high traffic locations

Following successful demonstrations at Wembley Stadium, Nokia and EE, the UK mobile network operator, work together at Mobile World Congress 2016 to show how Mobile Edge Computing can enable the rapid delivery of innovative services, including ultra low-latency video and customer experience applications at high-traffic locations.

Verizon and Nokia conduct live 5G pre-commercial trial in Dallas-Fort Worth #MWC16

Nokia is accelerating the testing of 5G technology in real-world environments, most recently collaborating with Verizon on a field trial that is the first conducted completely out-of-doors and in a residential environment. The two companies performed the successful pre-commercial 5G trial in January on Verizon’s live Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex network. 

Nokia Growth Partners to Invest USD 350 million in Internet of Things

Nokia Growth Partners (NGP) today announced the closing of a new USD 350 million fund for investments in IoT companies. The fund is sponsored by Nokia and will serve to identify new opportunities to grow the ecosystem in IoT solutions. The fund IV commitment brings NGP’s total assets under management to over USD 1 billion, including USD 500 million available for new investments.

Industry Leaders Collaborate to Expand Cellular Coverage and Capacity for Buildings and High-Density Areas

Six vendors of wireless technology today announced their shared commitment to develop, market and promote solutions utilizing the U.S. 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). The six companies—Federated Wireless, Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated and Ruckus Wireless—believe that CBRS will be critical to drive innovation, support new business models and spur economic growth.

Nokia, Telenor and Telia help fans to share the fun at European pop concert

Concert fans at a packed Jyske Bank Boxen arena in Herning, Denmark enjoyed 100% network availability and nearly doubled LTE data upload speeds thanks to Nokia’s Centralized RAN deployed by TT-Network (TTN), the mobile network sharing joint venture between Telenor and Telia.

Nokia introduces Pop-up Network service for mass events

Two new services from Nokia will help facility managers deliver a differentiating customer experience without the need for capital investment. Nokia Pop-up Network is delivered as a service and provides up to three times more uplink speed and capacity at popular outdoor events; Nokia Geo-Data as a Service enriches 3-D geolocation data to reveal customer behavior and the performance of devices, applications and networks to help improve network planning.

Nokia will incorporate OCP designs into AirFrame Data Center Portfolio

Nokia today announced that it will incorporate OCP designs into its AirFrame Data Center Portfolio. AirFrame is inspired by OCP to offer greater efficiency, density, cooling and power usage effectiveness, key characteristics that have already saved Facebook over $2 billion in infrastructure costs in the past three years. These characteristics will significantly lower the cost of operations and enable enhanced serviceability, while delivering carrier-grade quality on an open IT platform.