Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has struck deals with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google to pair its radio access network technologies for 5G with the cloud services of the three companies.
Optus has switched on 5G at Perth’s Optus stadium, giving sports and concert viewing fans 5G connectivity throughout key areas of the stadium.
Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia says it has signed 17 new commercial 5G deals in the third quarter of the year, bringing the total signed with individual customers to 100. Including paid trials, the total number of commercial engagements is said to be 160.
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