Company Overview of Nokia Networks
Nokia Networks provides telecommunications infrastructure, primarily focuses on the mobile broadband market. The company’s Mobile Broadband business unit offers flexible and adaptable network solutions for mobile voice and data services. This business unit’s product portfolio includes voice, packet core, IP multimedia subsystem/voice over LTE, and subscriber data management; and virtualization solutions, as well as comprises customer experience management software solutions that help to deal with cloud computing, big data, multimedia content, special events, security, and others. The Mobile Broadband business unit also provides Liquid, a software that provides high level network capacity and...
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Key Executives for Nokia Networks
Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Board
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Executive Board
President of Asia, Middle East & Africa, Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Board
Executive Vice President of Mobile Broadband and Member of Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Nokia Networks Key Developments
Nokia Networks Presents at 4th Annual London IP Summit, Oct-12-2015
Oct 9 15
Nokia Networks Presents at 4th Annual London IP Summit, Oct-12-2015 . Venue: London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS, United Kingdom. Speakers: Kerry Miller.
Nokia Networks Launches Two Analytics Services
Sep 25 15
Nokia Networks has launched two analytics services. Nokia Ad Analytics works in cooperation between operators, advertising companies and Nokia Networks. The service extracts the right data from operator networks, anonymizes it, analyzes it according to target segments specified by the advertising agency, and enriches it with location data from maps and demographic data from public sources. Nokia Big Data Consultancy builds on Nokia Networks' existing analytics and CEM expertise in big data architecture, network data insight, analytical modelling and value realization approach to help operators reduce costs, improve customer experience and grow subscriber revenue. Nokia Ad Analytics supports multiple advertising use cases, for example optimizing placement of outdoor advertising and messages on digital billboards. In online marketing, relevant promotions can be delivered based on lifestyle, habitat and status of the mobile subscriber. In an Asian country advertisers estimate a five-fold increase in conversion rates with Nokia Ad Analytics. Nokia Big Data Consultancy expertise will assist operators in understanding their current big data landscape and building analytics models that can drive high value use cases.
Nokia Networks Launches Programmable 5G Architecture
Sep 22 15
Nokia Networks has unveiled a programmable 5G architecture. The architecture automatically and dynamically adapts radio access and core network resources to meet the needs of different services, traffic variations over time and location, and network topology, including transport. The quality of customer experiences will be substantially higher, while almost instant response and rock-solid connectivity promise to transform the business processes of industry sectors from manufacturing to automotive and healthcare. Operators will be able to offer network functions to any kind of industry under a Network-as-a-Service business model. Building a separate system to meet the future requirements and use cases is not an option. The real opportunity is in developing 5G as a system of systems that can meet all requirements and provide a seamless service from the user's perspective. Nokia's architecture uses a system of systems approach to integrate and align the many different and independent parts of a network to achieve higher performance and more functionality as compared to other networks. Nearly all network functions will become software-defined, cognitive technologies will automatically orchestrate the network, and content and processing will be distributed across the network close to where they are needed. Although 5G standardization has not started yet, this holistic concept provides a clear view on what the future 5G architecture needs to be. Many of the components are already up and running. Key architecture functionalities include: Network Slicing, Dynamic Experience Management (DEM), Service-determined connectivity, Fast traffic forwarding, Mobility on demand. Multiple independent and dedicated virtual sub-networks (network instances) are created within the same infrastructure to run services that have completely different requirements on latency, reliability, throughput and mobility. Automatic Quality of Experience (QoE) optimization of each application session provides superior customer experience even under high network load using up to 30% fewer resources. DEM can already be deployed in today's networks. Conventionally, the network's available connectivity determines what services are possible. In 5G, devices and services are no longer tied to a single point to point IP connection. In fact, the connectivity path can be freely chosen according to actual service demand. By enabling a service to determine the connectivity, the required latency and reliability can be assured by the network. A distributed telco cloud structure, enabled by the Nokia AirFrame Data Center Solution, will support a new generation of critical services in such sectors as automotive and industrial. A wide range of mobility needs can be met, from stationary utility meters to high-speed trains. Typically, only 30% of users are mobile and do not need mobility support, providing an opportunity to use network resources more efficiently. As an important part of Nokia's network slicing concept, a fully self aware software defined transport network automatically adapts itself to changing service requirements and the needs of different slices and customer experience needs. This is achieved by Self-Organizing Networks (SON) for transport solution in combination with a multivendor Software-Defined Networking (SDN) fabric control that acts across SDN domains. The network control does not need to talk to every SDN controller since a single Rest Application Programming Interface (API) is used. Similarly, Nokia Networks is also introducing programmable APIs to the virtual core network elements to be able to adapt core network behavior in run time. This is a clear step forward as today's elements require hours or even days to be re-configured. As a result, the core network can adapt to dynamically changing needs such as the creation of new network slices or mobility profiles either immediately or on demand.
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