Nokia announced multiple partnerships with leading public cloud providers. The collaboration of Nokia between Google Cloud, Microsoft, and Amazon, will lead to the development of solutions and use cases to solve key 5G scenarios for businesses worldwide.
Nokia has announced the launch of its Service Enablement Platform (SEP), the first commercial solution to deliver radio network programmability, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) innovation across the Open RAN (O-RAN) ecosystem. Nokia SEP launches with Nokia's RIC xApps, including Advanced Traffic Steering and Anomaly Detection, which are currently in proofs-of-concepts and trials with major communication service providers (CSP).
Nokia announced it will expand its Self-Organizing Networks (SON) technology across 5G networks operated by one of the world's leading telecommunications carriers, Orange. The deal will cover all of Orange's markets, starting with France and Spain. Nokia continues to offer widespread support for 2G, 3G and 4G spanning more than one million Orange radio cells in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd. announced the launching of an optimized chain of audio innovations and software designed to deliver superior sound. The Qualcomm® Snapdragon Sound™ technology would provide seamless and immersive audio across devices including smartphones, wireless earbuds, and headsets.
Cisco Silicon One now provides the highest bandwidth routing and switching silicon in a unified architecture by adding Cisco Silicon One G100, the industry’s first 25.6Tbps programmable and fully-shared packet buffered device in 7nm.
Based on Dell’Oro Group’s ‘Total Telecom Equipment Market 2020’ report, Huawei’s global telecom equipment market share, improved by 3% for the full year 2020, secures its position ahead of other telcos such as Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE, Cisco, Ciena, and Samsung.
Nokia has signed a patent license agreement with Samsung, which covers the use of Nokia’s innovations in video standards. Under the agreement, Samsung will make royalty payments to Nokia.
Huawei officially launched its HUAWEI Women Developers (HWD) program, which aims to empower women developers to create applications and tools that can change the world. The program is intended to encourage more women to join in technological innovation by providing participants with more opportunities and platforms for career development and skill training. Any woman developer from around the world can register to join the program on the HUAWEI Developers official website.
The Board of Directors of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) has approved a 5 percent increase in the company's quarterly cash dividend, according to a statement released by the company.
Using the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) to tackle its carbon footprint, Nokia has announced that it is now adopting ambitious targets which consider a 1.5°C warming limit, as compared to the previous targets of 2°C, starting with 2019 as the baseline.