Nokia has announced that it is teaming up with Orange Group to develop 5G, the two companies will work together to develop 5G services and also focus on moving from 4G to 5G.
The new 5G networks are considerable faster than current 4G networks and a number of companies are working on 5G.
5G promises to deliver dramatic improvements in peak data speeds, network latency and agility, as well as the ability to enable new capabilities such as network slicing. This will allow operators to support a growing number of customers and potentially billions of connected IoT devices with consistent quality of service, laying the foundation for smarter cities, connected vehicles, smart factories and offices, remote healthcare and many other connected industries.
Under a new collaboration agreement, Nokia and Orange will drive the definition and development of these new services, with a focus on making the transition from 4G to 5G network connectivity in the most efficient way in terms of power, operations, and cost effectiveness, and with the highest level of quality and reliability. Furthermore, the companies will build on existing joint innovation programs, as well as work with other partners, to develop, trial and introduce solutions that will make 5G a commercial reality and drive the digital transformation of vertical industries.
You can find out details about Nokia and Orange Group’s plans for 5G over at Nokia at the link below.
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