Nokia is claiming the world’s fastest 5G speeds in its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in tests performed in Dallas, Texas on base station equipment being deployed in major US carriers' commercial networks.
Swedish equipment manufacturer Ericsson and British telecommunications provider BT have signed a deal to deploy Ericsson’s dual-mode evolved packet core and 5G core - a fully container-based, cloud native mobile packet core for 4G, 5G non-standalone and 5G standalone services - as a single fully integrated core.
Nokia has launched new end-to-end slicing network functionality for 4G and 5G New Radio (NR) which it says will support connectivity from 4G and 5G devices over the sliced network to applications running in private and public clouds.
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