Nokia Planning To Launch 5G Network World’s First 5G is Coming

Nokia 5G Network: The Nokia is Planning To Launch Its New 5G Network At Its Upcoming 5G World Event.The company will display its AirScale Radio Access that is flaunting a 4.5 GHz 5G cmWave access system using higher order MIMO antenna technology.  For the now, the launch will be limited to partial level and by 2020, full-length 5G services will come into use.  For now, 4G is ruling the hearts of the mobile network users and introduction of 5G is too quick and may grab away a number of users.
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Nokia 5G Network At Its Upcoming 5G World Event :

5G World Event is scheduled to be held from June 29th to 30th at Olympia Conference and Exhibition Centre in LondonThis 5G network from Nokia will provide ubiquitous connectivity for the 46 billion connected devices, Bell Labs Consulting estimates will be using it, offering services to the users in need.  This network will serve both real and virtual needs of the users.  It also comes to serve in autonomous cars, industrial automation and remote robotics, smart cities, and personal healthcare.

Along with this new launch of the network, Nokia Bell Labs is also planning to introduce a new concept in Network Slicing, which will create and automatically map capabilities for the radio, transport, core and application layers into a discreet network ‘slice’.By using cloud orchestration, the user can create new services in no time and can serve and meet the demands and needs of the users.   This service includes providing high-speed broadband connection to enterprises and homes or providing low-speed connection to control machines in a factory.

Nokia at 5G World in Detail :

  • Nokia will showcase its AirScale Radio Access, supporting a 4.5 GHz 5G cmWave access system using higher order MIMO antenna technology.
  • Nokia’s Cloud Packet Core will be demonstrated, featuring Mobility Management Entity (MME), System Architecture Evolution (SAE) Gateway and the Home Subscriber Server (HSS) – all operating on the Nokia AirFrame data center platform.
  • Nokia will highlight how end-to-end network slicing will allow operators to exploit unique network characteristics required to deliver specific types of applications and services
  • Hossein Moiin, CTO of the Mobile Networks business group, will deliver a keynote on making 5G a commercial reality, talking about the real opportunities of 5G, 
  • while outlining Nokia’s 5G commercialization program. Harri Holma, Nokia Fellow, will also give a keynote in which he will discuss the evolution from LTE to 5G.
There will be interactive live demonstrations of applications for transportation such as connected cars, and robotics for ‘Industry 4.0’ to show the importance of low latency in critical communications.
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