Nokia introduces its iSIM Secure Connect solution with initial marketing emphasis on vendor-agnostic design and streamlining cellular subscription lifecycle management with automation. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the Nokia iSIM Secure Connect solution is well-suited to play a key role in making IoT connectivity and networking safer, especially since infection of IoT devices has shot up since 2019, paving the way for 5G mobile and IoT service quality and revenue streams and strengthening Nokia’s competitive hand.
Nokia Smartens Up Mobile Site Design with Digital Twin Technology
Nokia showcases how application of digital twin technology, in combination with AI/ML engines, can streamlines 5G site deployments. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explore how Nokia’s application of digital twin technology to intelligent site engineering counters the digital twinning moves of key mobile networking rivals Huawei and Ericsson as well as a potential alliance with NVIDIA can further strengthen its mobile and digital twin ecosystem credentials.
Nokia Zeroes in on Boosting 5G Operations Efficiency
Nokia’s Cognitive SON targets aiding service providers in their quest to efficiently manage 5G complexity through ML-powered low-touch automation and real-time resolution of operations problems. Now Nokia must show its well-differentiated SON solution will become a difference maker in accelerating CSP 5G builds as well as bolstering the company’s 5G competitive outcomes.
Nokia Secures Its Security Messaging
Last month Nokia conducted its Security & E2E Product Security Analyst Webcast. The event focused on how security is getting more important and critical throughout the telecom industry. The emerging complexities of the 5G network architecture requires dynamic and flexible security operations, and network slices must be optimally secured to enable different use cases.
Nokia’s Q2 2019 — 5G Demand Lifts Financial Results
Nokia is ready to further expand its presence and influence in worldwide 5G networks regardless of how the U.S.-China trade standoff is resolved. This includes factoring in potential price pressures from major 5G rival Ericsson and its signaled intention to take on greater margin pressures in order to win more 5G market share. Why? The overall 5G market is already lifting off ahead of previous 2019/H2 2019 expectations. As operators and their ecosystem partners gain valuable deployment experience, delivering 5G experiences to customers will become more automatic, expanding and diversifying 5G use cases and revenues.
5G Rising: Ericsson Validates 5G is Booming Sooner than Later
The June 2019 Ericsson Mobility Report is a key indicator that the ongoing trade and geopolitical disputes, primarily between the U.S. and China, will not hinder worldwide 5G momentum. The report forecasts 1.9 billion 5G subscriptions – up from 1.5 billion forecasted in the November 2018 edition – an increase of almost 27 percent. Here’s why 5G is booming sooner rather than later.
Nokia Surges and Shines: Confirms 42 Commercial 5G deals across the Planet
Nokia confirms 42 commercial 5G deals across the planet, asserting a steady pipeline for continued growth. It appears like it’s Nokia’s time to shine.