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Nokia unveils 5G programmable multi-service architecture

Wednesday 2 September 2015 | 11:33 CET | News
Nokia Networks has unveiled a programmable 5G architecture aimed at overcoming the rigidity of legacy networks. The architecture automatically and dynamically adapts radio access and core network resources to meet the needs of different services, traffic variations over time and location, and network topology, including transport. Nokia said the service will up the quality of customer experiences and transform the business processes of industry sectors from manufacturing to automotive and healthcare. Operators will be able to offer network functions to any kind of industry under a

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Companies: Nokia / Nokia Networks
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