The 2017 edition of Mobile World Congress saw the relaunch of the iconic Nokia 3310, concrete signs of 5G progress and the vast promise of network function virtualisation. Jeevan Thankappan reports from Barcelona.
MediaTek and Nokia have announced plans to collaborate on the design of a next-generation mobile communication system for 5G technology. …
Nokia has recently launched three new Android smartphones and unveiled a revamped version of the iconic 3310 phone more than 10 years after it was phased out.
Nokia has expanded its mobile transport portfolio with new products and innovations specifically designed to address the critical requirements of the 5G era.
The Nokia 6 it the first Android smartphone release by Finnish company HMD Global, which acquired the rights to release Nokia-branded devices from Microsoft in 2016.
Nedaa has announced that it recently forged a strategic partnership with Nokia to establish an Innovation and Creativity Lab in Dubai.
For the Middle East telecom market, 2017 could be a year of opportunities with the rise of IoT and digital services.
Former Finish phone giant Nokia is looking to make a comeback into the smartphone market after its acquisition by Microsoft in 2014.
Nokia and the GCAA have entered into a strategic collaboration that will make the UAE the “first country in the world to allow the operation of drones by both businesses and government agencies.”
Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) promises to significantly change the way telecom networks are built and operated. However, there remain several challenges to widespread adoption.