Nokia introduces new services to accelerate 5G investments and services
Nokia is also expanding its end-to-end 5G portfolio by introducing full Software Defined Network and virtual private networks capabilities within the Nokia Wavence microwave transmission system.
Nokia is introducing Nokia 5G Digital Design, Cross-Domain Architecture and Site Evolution Services to facilitate the rollout of 5G networks, to help operators prioritize their 5G investments and bring 5G-based services to market faster.
Built on Nokia AVA cognitive services platform and machine learning algorithms, the Nokia 5G Digital Design is a unique, patent-pending concept that will dramatically change the way future networks are designed. This new service will also use digital twin technology in near future, to quickly and accurately show the technological and cost impacts of real-world 5G implementation, and provide automated recommendations for action.
Digital Twins are digital replicas of physical assets, processes, and systems that also interact with the real system - with the digital replica mimicking changes as they occur in the actual physical system.
The Cross-Domain Architecture service enables operators to quickly transform multivendor end-to-end networks to 5G. It simplifies the complexity of multivendor and legacy networks, providing architecture and design solutions tailored to operator-specific 5G use cases.
Site Evolution Services help operators to evolve their 2G-4G networks to 5G quickly and cost-efficiently, saving both CAPEX and OPEX. New Site Evolution Service provides faster and efficient evolution of LTE and 5G site rollouts while assuring leaner, simpler and more sustainable sites. These services will leverage automated project management processes, real-time field collaboration and the future use of augmented reality technologies to assist installation and commissioning procedures.
Moreover, Nokia is also expanding its end-to-end 5G portfolio by introducing full Software Defined Network and virtual private networks capabilities within the Nokia Wavence microwave transmission system, facilitating the creation and dynamic management of separated network slices for user groups in microwave segments in a 5G network.