Networks keep us going
The past, present and future of IP and optical
Learn more about where our critical networks have come from, and where they’re going.
Explore insights, viewpoints and predictions from Nokia and our customers and partners – and find useful resources to guide your network planning, modernization and rollout.
Nokia IP and optical: At the heart of today's networks
Networks are being counted on more and more every day, to underpin and help realize the promise of everything from 5G to Industry 4.0, plus whatever the imagineers of the world come up with next. Through the pandemic, networks have literally kept us going — not just technologically, industrially, or commercially — but as human beings. Behind this is the IP and optical network fabric that connects it all and keeps the network that heals and protects us, the network that empowers and delights us, beating strong. Check out these interviews to learn about the foundations to Master the Unexpected with Nokia.
Watch this interview with Vach Kompella, Vice President IP Networks, to learn how a solid foundation in software excellence, silicon and systems, and automation and tools will allow service providers to master the unexpected.
Watch this video to learn about the benefits of network automation and how Nokia can help you implement it throughout your organization.
- Read our study alongside Analysys Mason to learn about the quantitative benefits of automation: The quantitative benefits of IP network automation
- Learn about network services platform: Network Services Platform
Learn more about how our networks will help us all move forward
At Nokia, we’re committed to supporting the organizations and people who build and maintain the critical networks that keep us all going, our IP and Optical networks are the foundation for what's to come. Explore this section to discover the answers to the challenges ahead.
We’re here for you
Nokia is proud to be at the heart of networks worldwide because networks keep us going. We are your trusted partner for building critical networks today and for years to come.