Nokia will collaborate with HMD Global using Nokia’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) to enable seamless global IoT connectivity for HMD’s IoT solution for enterprises. HMD Connect Pro provides the essential connectivity to any devices allowing businesses to remotely monitor and manage their connected assets. Logistics companies, healthcare distributors, energy providers and any other industries can gain clear visibility of thousands of their mobile assets over a single management platform with the ability to activate or deactivate SIM cards remotely.
Spirent Communications has collaborated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to bring automated 5G testing capabilities to communications service providers (CSPs). With Spirent’s market-first Landslide 5GC Automation Package, carriers can rapidly deploy 5G networks on AWS. This aims to significantly reduce operational costs, time, and resources compared to manual testing.
Nokia Deepfield analysis examined overall changes in internet traffic pattern, with a specific focus on DDoS security.
Cisco announced during its virtual ‘Future Cloud’ event that the company aims to advance its cloud strategy to help customers develop complete cloud strategies with confidence across five key areas: Continuity, Insights, Security, Connectivity and Operations to deliver seamless digital experiences in today’s hybrid cloud world.
The opportunity to connect the unconnected has never been more prevalent. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is enabling an IoT ecosystem of 13,000+ IoT customers to date, helping to accelerate the digital transformation and development of connected products. Today, Qualcomm Technologies extends its support for the IoT ecosystem by introducing seven new solutions to help enable the proliferation of next-generation IoT devices: Qualcomm® QCS8250, Qualcomm® QCS6490/ QCM6490, Qualcomm® QCS4290/ QCM4290, and the Qualcomm® QCS2290/ QCM2290.
Chinese tech giant Huawei will launch a homegrown new mobile operating system proving its position in the smartphone arena after the United States blocked it from using Android.
Nokia has signed a three-year agreement with Orange Jordan to deploy more than 100,000 units of Nokia Wi-Fi beacons across the country. Nokia’s Wi-Fi solution will allow Orange Jordan to provide consistent Wi-Fi coverage even at the farthest places inside building premises.
Nokia has launched its NetGuard XDR Security Operations platform and MDR services to provide communication service providers (CSPs) with stronger protection for their 5G networks, as well as new, revenue-enhancing security offerings.
To provide service providers with flexible and modular fiber terminals and enclosures to ease the fiber distribution and installation process, CommScope announced the launch of its NOVUX portfolio of outside plant terminals and closures for deployment of fiber networks.
The Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) has launched a 5G security working group during GISEC 2021 to ensure end-to-end cybersecurity for OIC member states.