Setera to power up in Europe next year
Starting from January 2017, Setera will be offering its cloud-based mobile switchboard services to Italian companies, and other European countries will follow suit.
Nokia Sparks-up to 200G in New Zealand
Nokia has provided New Zealand’s leading communications service provider, Spark, the technology to be first in the country to offer customers speeds of up to 200Gb/s (Gigabits per second) on a single wavelength.
Deutche Telekom to redistribute Yepzon One GPS
The German telecommunication giant, Deutche Telekom, will start to sell the Yepzon One GPS tracking device in its stores starting from Northern Germany.
Nokia picks up the pace in Kuwait and Thailand
Kuwait has confirmed a tenfold boost in broadband speed with Nokia’s XGS-PON technology, while the Finnish telecommunications giant is paving the way for ultra-broadband in Thailand.
Finnish companies land deals in US, China and Spain
Vaisala is to improve airport safety in America with a lightning alert system, Valmet will supply headbox upgrade to a papermill in China and Nokia is deploying virtualized service router for Spanish Telefonica.
Malaysia deal caps off great week globally for Nokia
It’s been an eventful week for the Finnish telecommunications giant, making the news in Malaysia, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
Cinia Group connects with IT Norrbotten
Finland’s Cinia Group and Swedish IT Norrbotten announced today that they will interconnect their fiber networks.
Nokia acquires a US-based power startup
Finnish technology giant Nokia is pushing to bolster its case station energy efficiency, which is increasingly important for operators on their way to 4.9G and 5G.
Nokia helps move data at record speed
Nokia Bell Labs, Deutsche Telekom T-Labs and Technical University of Munich have completed a groundbreaking optical technology trial.
Nokia and SK Telecom partnership on a cloud
South Korea’s SK Telecom and Nokia have successfully implemented the world’s first next-generation, cloud-based, virtual base station in a commercial network.