Nokia is actively promoting the development of the next version of the 5G standard

Nokia recently announced that it has reached 63 5G commercial contracts globally for AT&T, KDDI, Korea Telecom, LG Uplus, NTT DOCOMO, O2, SK Telecom, Softbank, Sprint, STC, T-Mobile US, Verizon, Vodafone Italy, and Vodafone. Operators such as Zain Saudi that first started to deploy 5G and customers with steady development delivered 5G end-to-end solutions, further consolidating its leadership in this field.

Tommi Uitto, President of Nokia Mobile Networks, said: “The signing of the new agreement is an important milestone. It not only shows the excellent performance of our 5G solution, but also shows that customers are confident in our products. In the coming year, we will continue to maintain this momentum of development. , To reach more agreements. Our end-to-end solutions cover all network products and services, and can help network operators realize key 5G functions such as network slicing, distributed cloud computing, and industrial Internet of Things. We are very happy to promote 5G technology The global delivery and deployment will benefit a wide range of enterprises and consumers with a large number of high-quality services.”

These 63 5G commercial contracts do not include any other types of 5G agreements such as paid network trials, pilots or demonstrations. If such agreements are included, the total number of 5G agreements will reach more than 100. In addition, the contract covers most of the first operators to deploy 5G, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile US, and Verizon in the United States; Korea Telecom, LG Uplus and SK Telecom in South Korea; NTT DOCOMO, KDDI and Softbank in Japan; and Italy’s Vodafone; British O2; Australia’s Optus and Vodafone Hutchison; Finland’s Elisa and Telia; UAE’s du; and Saudi Arabia’s STC and Zain.

Uitto added: “Nokia is the only network provider that has signed 5G commercial contracts with the four major US national operators, the three major Korean operators, and the three major national operators in Japan. Nokia’s 4G business has more than 350 customers. , But in 2019, the first year of 5G, these 63 customers alone accounted for two-thirds of Nokia’s global wireless access network business. The 63 contracts we signed earlier cover the most important markets, The high, medium and low frequency bands, as well as the traditional architecture and cloud network architecture, have accumulated valuable experience for the benefit of users, and also set a good start for our future development.”

Nokia is the only supplier that provides end-to-end solutions for the global market, covering all 5G functions such as wireless, core network, cloud, transmission network and management, automation and security, which can help operators and enterprise customers to upgrade easily and efficiently. To wireless access, core network and transmission network, and then quickly realize 5G evolution. In addition, approximately 60% of Nokia’s 5G customers have chosen more than just an end-to-end solution for Xinair.

Nokia continues to maintain a leading position in the development and standardization of cellular technology, further consolidating its strong 5G development momentum. A year ago, Nokia released the 5G standard and now has more than 2,000 5G essential patents. As an industry leader, Nokia, including its prestigious Bell Labs, has first-class innovation capabilities. In all aspects of 5G development, whether it is 5G technology research and development, cooperating with 3GPP to establish 5G standards, or helping to launch 5G networks, it plays Played a very important role. Currently, Nokia is actively promoting the development of the next version of the 5G standard (Rel-16).

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