Nokia has successfully piloted 4G and 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) network slicing with Saudi Arabian telecommunications services provider, Mobily on their live commercial network – the first sliced FWA deployment in the world.
Nokia will hold an investor call on December 16, 2020 at 3 p.m. Finnish time (EET) to share the second phase of its refreshed strategy.
Nokia’s cloud-native, 5G Core software has been selected by SoftBank to enable the launch of SoftBank’s standalone 5G services. Nokia will help support new consumer and enterprise use cases, such as immersive experiences (VR/AR/MR), fixed wireless access, video surveillance and analytics, cloud robotics and connected vehicles with a standalone 5G Core in global markets.
Nokia is to to lead the EU’s 6G project Hexa-X, the European Commission’s 6G flagship initiative for research that will drive the overall 6G vision. The project goals include creating unique 6G use cases and scenarios, developing fundamental 6G technologies and defining a new architecture for an intelligent fabric that integrates key 6G technology enablers.
Nokia has been selected by China Mobile IoT (CMIoT), to ensure delivery of IoT connectivity and services to CMIoT’s customers across China and globally.
Swisscom will deploy Nokia FastMile 5G Receivers primarily in rural areas in Switzerland to offer ultra-fast broadband services. Nokia will be Swisscom’s exclusive supplier for 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA).
Nokia and A1 Austria have signed a services deal, building on the leadership of both companies in the Austrian enterprise market.
Nokia is enabling ultra-fast 5G services for Vodacom South Africa’s customers by deploying its 5G radio, core and fixed network solutions across Vodacom’s network.
Nokia has been selected by Finnish Shared Network (SYV) – a joint operation by DNA Oyj and Telia Finland Oyj – as a supplier of 5G radio network equipment.
Nokia has been selected by Telia Company as the exclusive provider of 5G RAN in Finland in a five-year deal that includes the modernization of legacy networks and will cover 7,500 sites.