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Nokia is the world leader in fixed access technologies. We have 20+ years of broadband experience and our equipment powers and manages some of the most advanced fixed networks in the world. No matter when or how you choose to deploy or upgrade your access network, the Nokia Altiplano Access Controller is ready when you are.
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Unlock new capacity and cost savings in your cable network The Nokia Gainspeed Access Controller is the “brains” of Nokia’s unified cable access solution. The Access Controller leverages Software-Defined Networking (SDN) to centralize control of the entire unified cable access solution. The Access Controller virtualizes the Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) and manages all components of the solution.
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Gainspeed Access Node SC-2D Unlock new capacity and cost savings in your cable network Within the Nokia’s solution for unified cable access, the Gainspeed Access Node SC-2D performs the cable-specific functions typically carried out in the CCAP including DOCSIS processing. It also handles RF modulation, replacing the analog transmission between the headend and node with a digital IP Ethernet link.
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Unlock new capacity and cost savings in your cable network The Nokia Gainspeed Video Engine, available in both a rack server (1RU)* and 14-blade chassis form factor, protects cable operators’ deployed Edge QAM (EQAM) investment and enables a smooth migration to IP video. It terminates RF video services in the hub, enabling Ethernet transport to Nokia Gainspeed Access Nodes.
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Find out what is going on inside your network with Geo-Data as a Service Operators – have you ever wondered how to make best use of the huge amounts of network data about devices, applications and subscribers that you have at your disposal? How can you turn this data into useful insight? Insight that helps you to: Make better decisions Identify and exploit new revenue opportunities Boost customer experience Nokia’s cloud-based ‘as-a-service’ offering provides you with precise 3-Dimensional data on devices, applications, network performance and customer experience.
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Building gigabit networks with predictable outcomes To keep pace with escalating bandwidth demand, fierce competition, and ambitious government broadband targets, operators worldwide are transforming or upgrading their access networks by increasing the high speed capabilities of their copper loops and bringing fiber closer to end users. But they face many challenges along the way.
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Deliver the right to compete Help your citizens compete in a hyper-connected global economy. Develop a national or rural broadband plan that gives them access to vital gigabit internet and digital services. A universal, affordable, and sustainable ultra-broadband infrastructure helps you bridge the digital divide and create a foundation for greater competitiveness. It brings broad social and economic benefits to your country and your community.
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Take charge of your government’s cloud services through a secure, distributed, open enablement platform Change lives with a new era of government services All over the world, governments such as Burkina Faso are using information and communications technology – or ICT – to provide an unprecedented level of service to their citizens.
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Group Communications meets the need for mission and business critical communication Nokia has expanded its end-to-end LTE public safety portfolio with advanced, integrated mission-critical and business-critical applications. These are fully bundled with ruggedized devices and meet our stringent quality and security standards.
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GSM-Railway ensures safe and reliable operations GSM-R is a proven digital platform that is now the standard for railway-specific voice and data operational services on five continents. Its total interoperability and compatibility is vastly improving the safety and speed of all railway operational services. And it allows train drivers to communicate freely throughout transcontinental journeys, regardless of the country they happen to be in.
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