April 14, 2021 9:59 pm

Nokia partners China Mobile to explore use-cases of 5G technology: MWC 2018

Both the firms will jointly research and trial use-cases leveraging Nokia 5G Future X network architecture as well as NB-IoT and MEC

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Nokia and Mobile have signed an agreement to jointly explore use cases of 5G technology. The Finnish telecom gear maker said that the research will focus on how industries could benefit from the growth of smart cities, smart transportation and intelligent video analytics. Under the agreement, which extends Nokia and China Mobile’s existing 5G collaboration, the companies will jointly research and trial use-cases leveraging Nokia 5G Future X network architecture as well as NB-IoT and MEC. The research will take place at China Mobile’s 5G joint innovation lab.

“Together with China Mobile we will leverage 5G to identify the applications that meet future industry needs. At Nokia, we are bringing our Reefchark chipsets, new advanced algorithms from our research teams from Nokia Bell Labs, as well as our Optics, IP and cloud compute technology to boost our end-to-end 5G Future X Network architecture. We are committed to delivering open architecture development to allow operators such as China Mobile to leverage network intelligence,” said Marc Rouanne, president of Mobile Networks at Nokia.

The research will try to understand how industries can be integrated into the smart city ecosystem to take advantage of the massive new connectivity of people and things. In addition, it will focus on how businesses such as logistics and car rental companies can benefit from the widespread introduction of 5G-connected automated vehicles. Nokia and China Mobile will also expand the existing Car2X trial ecosystem in Wuzhen to advance the use of automated vehicles, as well as technologies that improve vehicle safety.

Research will also look at how to further enhance future network architecture security using intelligent network protection techniques. Both the firm will also explore how China Mobile can access and benefit from embedded network intelligence and the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) architecture to manage and orchestrate services with network resources, and improve service automation and network performance.

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