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Wednesday, July 11


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Nokia Signs $1.2 Billion Deal With China Mobile

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Nokia Signs $1.2 Billion Deal With China Mobile. FortuneJuly 11, 2018, 2:03 PM GMT. Finland's Nokia will supply the biggest mobile-phone company by subscribers globally with products and services covering wireless and fixed networks, IP routing and other areas under the one-year deal, the companies said in a statement on Tuesday. The latest announcement, signed at a recent Chinese-German economic forum, has echoes of previous framework agreements between the two companies in 2014 and 2015, as well as a 2016 deal for 1.36 billion euros worth of equipment and services. Nokia has also signed a memorandum of understanding with China Mobile for research and testing of artificial intelligence and machine learning and said the companies would collaborate to find customers in new segments.

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Nokia signs Euro 1 billion deal with China Mobile for providing mobile technologies

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Nokia Signs $1.2 Billion Deal With China Mobile. FortuneJuly 11, 2018, 2:03 PM GMT. Finland's Nokia will supply the biggest mobile-phone company by subscribers globally with products and services covering wireless and fixed networks, IP routing and other areas under the one-year deal, the companies said in a statement on Tuesday. The latest announcement, signed at a recent Chinese-German economic forum, has echoes of previous framework agreements between the two companies in 2014 and 2015, as well as a 2016 deal for 1.36 billion euros worth of equipment and services. Nokia has also signed a memorandum of understanding with China Mobile for research and testing of artificial intelligence and machine learning and said the companies would collaborate to find customers in new segments.

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Tuesday, July 10


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Nokia 5.1 Plus leak suggests HMD can't resist the notch

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Nokia 5.1 Plus leak suggests HMD can't resist the notch (updated). Engadget 10 July 2018, 16:51 GMT. Even an iconic brand like Nokia (or rather, HMD Global) can't resist the pressure to make phones with notched displays, it seems. Tiger Mobiles and Onleaks claim to have images of the Nokia 5.1 Plus, a mid-size handset that would pack a roughly 5.7-inch display with (you guessed it) a notch at the top. The 5.1 Plus naming scheme suggests it would sit firmly in the mid-range, though, so you'll want to toss out hopes for a high-end CPU or cutting-edge photography. And it wouldn't be far-fetched for Nokia to unveil the phone relatively soon at an event like Germany's IFA (late August) to capture those all-important holiday sales, assuming it's close to release in the first place.

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Finland's Nokia signs 1 billion euro deal with China Mobile

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Finland's Nokia signs 1 billion euro deal with China Mobile. (Reuters) - Nokia has signed a one billion euro ($1.17 billion) deal to support China Mobile, the Finnish network gear maker said on Tuesday. Under the terms of the one-year deal, which was signed at Sino-German Economic Forum, Nokia will provide the Chinese operator with seamless connectivity and transition support. The companies signed a memorandum of understanding on the development of new 5G networks across China in February.

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Nokia and China Mobile sign EUR 1 billion frame agreement

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Nokia and China Mobile have signed a memorandum of understanding for research and testing of the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning capabilities of next-generation networks for the delivery of intelligent network optimization and radio resource management.The frame agreement builds on a longstanding relationship between Nokia and China Mobile in developing, trialing and deploying new technologies to enable seamless cloud connectivity and faster, more affordable internet access, meeting new demand while evolving networks for the future.The agreement was signed at the recent Sino-German Economic Forum by Li Huidi, Vice President of China Mobile, and Hans-Jürgen Bill, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Nokia and also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Nokia Networks GmbH & Co KG in Germany. Nokia CommunicationsPhone: +358 10 448 4900Email: press.services@nokia.com. Ling YiNokia Shanghai BellPhone: +86 21 38436561Email: yi.a.ling@nokia-sbell.com.

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Monday, July 09


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Nokia-China Mobile Partner for AI Research in 5G Networks - July 9, 2018

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By collaborating with Nokia, China Mobile seeks to establish a laboratory in Hangzhou, China, to develop a demo system that will evaluate the feasibility of newer applications within 5G ecosystem and leverage AI and machine learning capabilities by working in tandem with third parties. This will help both the companies to successfully address the booming market of the digital economy.Nokia and China Mobile will jointly conduct thorough research and simulation tests utilizing state-of-the-art technologies and innovative products. These comprise Nokia 5G Future X architecture including Nokia ReefShark-powered AirScale Cloud RAN and AirFrame open edge server, and open API interface standardization by China Mobile. The research is likely to optimize future networks and enable the delivery of new Edge Cloud and 5G services, demand for which is expected to increase manifold with rapid proliferation of IoT devices for faster connectivity and wider coverage.Nokia is a leading player in the mobile and fixed network infrastructure with the industry’s most complete, end-to-end portfolio of products, services and licensing.

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Friday, July 06


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Nokia-Tencent Partnership to Benefit Internet Users in China

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By collaborating with Nokia, Tencent seeks to establish an end-to-end 5G test environment in Shenzhen for faster data connectivity and download speed for various mobile video contents in order to benefit a steadily growing customer base.The companies will jointly develop a laboratory to explore the feasibility of newer applications and leverage the artificial intelligence and automation management capabilities enabled by 5G to promote international standards and an open-source ecosystem. This would help both the companies to successfully address the booming market of the digital economy.Both Nokia and Tencent will jointly conduct thorough research and simulation tests utilizing state-of-the-art technology like Edge Computing for the overall improvement of several vertical markets such as transportation, finance, energy, intelligent manufacturing and entertainment. In addition, the joint venture is likely to augment the delivery of services like cloud-based gaming and entertainment that are expected to be the next big drivers in the Internet of Things space.Nokia is a leading player in the mobile and fixed network infrastructure with the industry’s most complete, end-to-end portfolio of products, services and licensing. These include seamless transition to 5G technology, ultra broadband access, IP and Software Defined Networking, cloud applications, Internet of Things, as well as security platforms, data analytics, and sensors.With a diligent execution of operational plans, Nokia has gained 17.4% in the past six months against a decline of 2.7% for the industry.

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Nokia and China Mobile to set up joint AI*5G lab for further research using artificial intelligence and machine learning in 5G networks

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Nokia and China Mobile will also conduct technology field trials and demonstrations. Yuhong Huang, Deputy General Manager of China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) said: "China Mobile has been paying attention to the application of artificial intelligence for a long time, and making effort to build an open and collaborative 5G+AI ecosystem. With the signing of this MoU, weare pleased to t initiate the collaboration on the research of big data and machine learning technologies applying to 5G RAN network, and make joint effort in the O-RAN alliance which was kickoffed recently to enhance the intelligence of 5G network, reduce the complexity, and explore the new capabilities of network." Marc Rouanne, president of Mobile Networks at Nokia, said: "The work we are doing with China Mobile is a prime example of how we can help our customers unlock the potential within their 5G networks using open interfaces and toolkits. The use of AI and machine learning will enable myriad new services opportunities and we are pleased to leverage the capabilities of our 5G Future X architecture to support China Mobile' AI research to optimize future networks and the delivery of many innovative new services." We adhere to the highest ethical business standards as we create technology with social purpose, quality and integrity. Media Inquiries:Nokia Communications Phone: +358 10 448 4900 Email: press.services@nokia.com.

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Thursday, July 05


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Nokia Partners With Sudatel to Offer Ultra-Broadband Services - July 5, 2018

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Nokia Corporation NOK recently entered into a strategic partnership with Sudatel — a telecommunications and Internet service provider, based in Sudan. The collaboration will enable both the companies to trial Nokia 4.5G Pro, 4.9G and 5G mobile technologies along with Nokia’s fixed fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) portfolio. As a result, mobile and residential broadband experience across the country is expected to improve significantly. Currently, the company is driving the transition of global enterprises into smart virtual networks by creating a single network for all services, converging mobile and fixed broadband, IP routing and optical networks with the software and services to manage them. Key Picks. Some better-ranked stocks from the same space are Comtech Telecommunications Corp. CMTL, Juniper Networks, Inc. JNPR and Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. UBNT. While Comtech Telecommunications sports a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), Juniper Networks and Ubiquiti Networks carry a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).

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Nokia to build and test 5G apps in China with Tencent, leveraging 1B+ WeChat and QQ users – TechCrunch

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Today comes the latest development on that front: Nokia and internet giant Tencent announced that they will work together on 5G R&D and applications, including leveraging Tencent's billions of users -- among other things, it owns messaging networks WeChat and QQ, which alone account for over 1 billion users -- to test and roll out its services. Technologies that will tested include Edge Computing, "Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything" and delivering cloud-based gaming and entertainment -- areas that touch on what many think will define the next generation of hardware (connected cars) and architecture (cloud-based services becoming even more ubiquitous and therefore straining networks further). This is a significant deal for both companies. For Nokia, the company today is not a direct, major player in mobile phones and subsequent consumer services: it lost market share years ago for its own handset business and ultimately ended up selling it off (it now licenses the name to HMD, and has many other licensing deals for hardware and software patents with other handset makers); it then it sold off its Here maps business; and it most recently pulled out of its efforts in health-related hardware and services. Later, Tencent yet again tried to acquire a stake in the Here business, although regulators thwarted those plans as well. But Tencent's interests in location-based services has remained: among other things, it has a stake in Sensewhere, an indoor mapping company. Forging a partnership with Nokia now on 5G -- which has a strong mapping and location-aware component to it can help bring strategic investments like these into sharper focus.

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