Nokia has issued a large number of product upgrades and operator partnerships for the 5G Prevail bid at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
Other vendors, including Ericsson and Huawei, have also claimed 5G claims Leading the event, but the Finnish mobile giant is the only choice for mobile operators looking for a one-stop-shop for the 5G kit.
"Nokia arrives at 5G as World Market Leader at Mobile World Congress" The industry's only end-to-end portfolio available in all markets worldwide, "said Rajeev Suri, Nokia CEO.
" We are remarkably well positioned with more than 20 5G contracts 1
The Company Launches a New All-in-Cloud Base Station that Virtualizes 4G and 5G Network Features on the Web, Enabling Edge Computing, and Low-Latency Applications While the Nokia Cloud Packet Core Will Also was updated.
In addition, a new 5G Gateway for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) has been described in detail and the product is being used with Australian Telco Optus. 5G FWA Used It is expected that this will be one of the early use cases for 5G. Nokia expects the market to increase by 50 percent to 27.5 million households by 2022. Optus will launch 50 FWAs at 50 locations by March.
Nokia also holds a joint position testing with Korea Telecom to see how Network Function Virtualization and Network Slicing can support new applications and 5G business models, and Vodafone is working with massive Multiple Input Multiple Output (mMIMO) S thought that Using mMIMO could improve capacity if smaller infrastructures are used and less power is consumed.
Finally, Nokia has released the "5G Maturity Index," a report that describes the best practices for 5G deployment and the most popular use cases. 19659011] MWC (Mobile World Congress) is the world's largest showcase for the mobile industry, filled with the latest mobile phones, tablets, wearables and more. TechRadar reports live all week from Barcelona to show you the latest news from the show. Visit our dedicated MWC 2019 hub to see all the new releases and TechRadar's world-class analysis and buying advice for your next phone.