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Nokia ushers in 100G transport services era with new programmable silicon chipset and next-generation optical networking systems


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Expanded Nokia1830 PSS portfolio quadruples optical fiber capacity to greater than 70 terabits per second, helping customers meet surging data demand

Photonic Service Engine version 2 chipset offers unprecedented capacity, reach, flexibility, and density, including industry's first single carrier 400G, first long haul 200G and first ultra-long haul 100G

The new 1830 PSS-24x is the world's most scalable packet-OTN switch, providing up to 48 terabits of capacity per rack

Nokia Networks kick-starts industry collaboration to enable the programmable world


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Identifies need for standard IoT systems to create an open market that maximizes the business opportunity for all

Calls for key players to work together on open interfaces and standard-based interoperability

Espoo, Finland - 5 November 2015

Nokia Networks explores potential of 5G below 6 GHz frequencies with NTT DOCOMO


Joint research project evaluating 5G radio technology at lower frequencies

Trials to demonstrate 10 Gbps throughput with low latency

Trials with technologies such as Dual Connectivity between LTE and 5G, and Licensed Assisted Access

Tokyo, Japan - 22 July 2015

Nokia Networks, Oi Brasil sign partnership to develop Internet of Things solutions in Latin America


Press Release

Will set up Latin America's first LTE IoT lab that will bring together expertise in the IoT domain, provide innovative LTE-based solutions to enable machine-to-machine communication for the connected world

Reinforces both companies' commitments to accelerate development of the IoT ecosystem in Brazil and across the region by setting up IoT working groups and investments in projects and innovative solutions

São Paulo, Brazil - 19 November 2015

Nokia Siemens Networks and Telkomsel win Innovation Award


London, UK – June 13, 2012
Global Telecoms Business recognizes advances in customer experience management

Securing the IoT with comprehensive device management – new white paper


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Imagine millions and billions of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and devices repeatedly polling the network in periods of a few seconds, instead of an hour or two. It would only take a simple change in their firmware, but it would create a signaling storm that could collapse the network and give a whole new meaning to denial of service.

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