Nokia expands its wireless private network portfol

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Nokia expands its portfolio of wireless products and helps enterprises with digital transformation

multi access technology using authorized and unauthorized spectrum can help enterprises obtain a series of technical enhancements such as high security, high reliability and low delay networks

small base stations, multi access edge computing and packet cores, which can give enterprises more flexibility, whether in network self-management or cooperation with operators

Nokia's technology can help enterprises connect and track assets, automate workflows, and simplify operations with advanced analytics

expand the product series for Nokia to further promote the delivery of carrier level communication networks and help enterprises' digital transformation strategy. Recently, Nokia announced that it would expand its access and core technology product series to help industries and enterprises' digital transformation. Small base station, Wi Fi? The core of connectivity, multi access edge computing and cloud grouping are the largest machines in this series. The enhancement of a series of technologies will enable enterprises to independently manage and operate their wireless devices, thereby promoting their business transformation

nowadays, in order to realize digital transformation, enterprises need to have a network connection layer such as mobile broadband technology such as LTE. These networks can provide high reliability and high reliability for the industrial applications of Jinan time laboratory machine factory, port and mining. 1. The cement pressure laboratory machine adopts the characteristics of high-precision sensors, digital control valve coverage and low time delay, so as to connect a large number of assets, and can use the functions of asset tracking, automatic workflow and advanced analysis

the industry-leading Nokia Flexi zone CBRS small base station has added a number of new functions, enabling U.S. enterprises to take advantage of these functions when the 3.5 GHz CBRS shared spectrum is available. These new functions can be perfectly compatible with the spectrum access server (used to monitor and allocate the available CBRS shared spectrum to ensure that enterprises use the spectrum in accordance with FCC regulations)

in addition, Nokia has also launched a virtualized multi access edge computing solution, enabling enterprises to run MEC on existing commercial it servers, thereby simplifying the integration process with existing IT infrastructure. MEC can process data near the data source, so as to ensure that the network provides low delay, meet the needs of key businesses of the enterprise, and ensure the interactive experience of users in busy scenes. By processing data locally, MEC applications can also significantly reduce data transmission costs

the local grooming function of virtualized MEC will enable operators to deliver LTE expertise to enterprises through their 4G networks. In addition, combined with Nokia's series of virtual core solutions, virtualized MEC can also help enterprises manage their private networks more flexibly

Wi-Fi? We will continue to provide support for non critical office applications. In addition, with the new compact outdoor airscale Wi Fi access point, which is cost-effective, Nokia can also provide enterprises with greater flexibility in the choice of Wi Fi performance and coverage

in terms of increasing support for key businesses, enterprises that need to operate in remote areas may face more challenges. To solve this problem, Nokia will optimize the flexible multi access cloud grouping core by using the hybrid access off function. In addition to providing the core function of grouping, this move will also enable mining, oil and gas industries that apply private wireless networks to seamlessly integrate multiple access technologies (including authorized and unauthorized wireless, fixed and satellite networks), deliver higher capacity and stability, and expand mission critical collaborative services and applications to designated regions

referring to the new functions launched by Nokia for enterprises, Monica Paolini, chairman of senza fili, an American business management consulting company, said: today, enterprises need to be able to use wireless technology more flexibly to meet their specific business needs. With the new solutions, Nokia can not only meet these needs, but also help enterprises integrate authorized, unauthorized and shared spectrum to meet the diversified needs of all enterprise applications in terms of delay and quality. Forming cycle: there is no direct relationship between forming cycle and shrinkage rate

Thorsten robrecht, head of Nokia advanced mobile network solutions department, said: with the new functions launched by Nokia, enterprises will be able to use private wireless networks to meet their key communication needs, and quickly obtain more business applications that can improve efficiency. We believe that this will accelerate the arrival of the fourth industrial revolution. We will continue to devote ourselves to the research and development of end-to-end solutions and services, help enterprises complete the digital transformation smoothly and more cost effectively, and make full preparations for the realization of 5g automation

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