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Including the visually impaired in smart cities – a personal view
Telecom analyst Chris Lewis explains why the connected city is a game-changer for him.
Nokia extends broadband to remote Native American tribes in the US
At an age when high-speed internet is taken for granted, remote tribal nations in the United States have struggled with slow, unreliable connectivity for years.
25G PON gets closer
AT&T and other leading communications companies have this week joined the group responsible for defining the specifications for 25 Gigabit Symmetric Passive Optical Network technology.
How to undertake a structured CSP to DSP transition
The difficulties faced by communication service providers (CSPs) in recent times have been myriad. Nokia believes that the solution lies in CSPs reinventing themselves as digital service providers (DSPs).
Know, Now. Technology, business and societal trends impacting telecommunications in 2021
Nokia has published six signals to watch in 2021 related to new forms of connectivity, new applications and platforms, and new ways of living.
Drones: Blazing a new flight path
The 21st century has been witness to a number of disruptive technologies that not only had profound impact but paved the way for further innovation. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) figure high on that list.
Digital learning gains prominence amid COVID-19
As COVID-19 disrupts societies and irrevocably changes certain aspects of daily life, the education sector has been particularly hard-hit by the fall-out of the pandemic.
Inspiring telco operators to thrive through and beyond the pandemic
Nokia held its inaugural Real Talk 2020 event on Tuesday, 10 November. Hackers, futurists, technologists and other experts shared their views on what Communication Service Providers’ (CSPs) customers want and need to move through and beyond the pandemic.
5G will be key to economic recovery post-COVID
COVID-19 has reshaped consumer behaviours and habits. People now rely on digital solutions to go on with their everyday lives: working and entertainment primarily happen virtually.
Becoming an ecosystem player: Are you ready?
Communications service providers (CSPs) keep being told that, to capture new revenues in the 5G era, they need to turn their networks into “digital ecosystems”: open platforms for collaborative value creation. But opening up requires letting go of some control over the end-to-end customer offering — and living with a bit of uncertainty about commercial outcomes.
IoT: unlocking the potential of precision farming
Hailed as one of the most transformative chapters in the history of wireless communications, the Internet of Things (IoT) is set to unleash a wave of disruptive technologies.
5G reduces emissions, explained
Hear from the Grantham Institute, the World Economic Forum and GSMA how 5G will play a major role in cutting emissions [video].
The world is at a key inflection point whereby intelligent technology is taking over the bulk of the tasks from humans. In such times, the need for networks to scale up is essential and automation can be an important facilitator in that journey.
5G and Private Wireless, the technology enabling Industry 4.0
We all know 5G will bring lightning-fast mobile broadband. But the phone is the least exciting piece of the story. 5G will provide the connectivity for the fourth industrial revolution which will completely alter the way we live, work and play. 5G will also make it a sustainable revolution.
Explaining the rapid uptake of 5G and its real potential
5G is rolling out faster than any previous generation of mobile networks and nearly 3 x faster than 4G
In January 2021 telco operators committed USD 80.9 billion for the C-Band auction in the U.S. But what is ‘C-Band’, and where does it fit into the wider topic of 5G spectrum auctions?
Private Wireless Explained
The third industrial revolution (IR) transformed services businesses. The fourth IR will do the same for asset-heavy industries, with private wireless providing the connectivity to power digitalization and automation which increases business efficiency, safety and agility, and shrinks environmental footprint.
Network Slicing explained
5G brings a quantum leap in speed and throughput of data to the network along with low latency and ultra reliability.
Private Wireless, 5G and the introduction of Supply Chain 4.0
Five mega trends are impacting the logistics industry. First, there has been major consolidation over the last decade driven by cost pressures, customer expectation for reduced deliver times and improved quality of service.
Open RAN explained
The introduction of Open RAN, is the final piece of the unbundling puzzle that enables mobile network operators to use equipment from multiple vendors and still ensure interoperability.
5G and related technologies to drive industry digitalization
Bell Labs Consulting predicts that a new ecosystem of 5G and related technologies will equip industries with the necessary tools to kickstart the process of digitalization over the next decade.
Cybercrime in the wake of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only triggered a global healthcare crisis, but it has also disrupted societies in unprecedented ways. A slew of lockdowns and restrictions on the freedom of movement have forced us to revisit the way we work and live.
Nokia aims for the Moon with LTE/4G
Humanity’s relentless endeavor to push the boundaries of space exploration is well-documented. From manned missions to probes speeding their way to the farthest corners of the solar system and beyond, the thirst to discover the secrets of the Universe has never been so resolutely demonstrated as it is now.