According to EIB website, the project relates to the development of a new 5G network product portfolio according to the telecom industry's global 5G standards, and the complementary Internet Protocol (IP)/Optical solutions to address the transport challenges posed by the massive amount of traffic that will be generated by the 5G customers. The project will include both development of hardware and software components. Further, it will support Nokia's research and development (R&D) activities in Europe to further develop 5G, mobile technology and definition of standards. Mobile networks are evolving to deliver superior mobile broadband and communication services with increased data rates, improved coverage, availability and quality that will open up for new services and business opportunities across a broad range of industries in Europe and globally.
Nokia Oyj is a global communications company. The Company produces a broad range of technological devices and software, and operates networks, sales ,and communication channels worldwide.
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