Nokia deploys 5G private networking across five German research centres

Nokia is to deploy an industrial-grade extension of its 5G standalone (SA) private wireless networking as part of Germany’s 5G4KMU project.

5G4KMU is the result of co-operation across a number of leading research institutes, aiming to take advantage of their expertise across manufacturing, automation, industrial engineering, healthcare and Industry 4.0. On completion, 5G4KMU is on course to comprise the largest 5G campus-based networking deployment in German research and academia, spanning five leading research centres in the state of Baden-Württemberg. It is funded by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Economics, Labour and Housing.

Project partners include: Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart and its Project Group for Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology PAMB, Mannheim; Reutlingen Industry 4.0 Centre, Reutlingen; wbk Institute of Production Science, Karlsruhe; and Campus Schwarzwald Centre for Digitisation, Leadership and Sustainability, Freudenstadt.

“As we introduce 5G to companies for the first time, it’s essential

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Nokia deploys 5G private networking for 5G4KMU* across five German research centers Helsinki Stock Exchange:NOKIA

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Nokia deploys 5G private networking for 5G4KMU* across five German research centers

  • 5G4KMU project designed to accelerate 5G industrial adoption by SMEs
  • Largest collective 5G standalone (SA) deployment in German academia and research
  • Nokia 5G SA digital automation platform selected for ease-of-use

*5G-Transferzentrum für kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen/5G Transfer Center for small and medium-sized companies

2 December 2020

Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced it will deploy industrial-grade 5G standalone (SA) private wireless networking for the 5G4KMU project, which spans five leading research centers in the state of Baden-Württemberg. Upon completion, it will comprise the largest 5G campus-based networking deployment in German research and academia.

Designed to support 5G4KMU in its mission to provide small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with an expert introduction to 5G, the private wireless networks will be used to help companies develop new 5G-based products, applications and business models.

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Nokia 9.3 PureView launch could be delayed again, now expected in 2021

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  • Nokia’s Snapdragon 865 flagship may not launch this year.
  • The phone is apparently delayed till the first half of 2021.
  • Considering HMD Global’s erratic launch timelines, this isn’t really surprising.

Call it the curse of the pandemic or plain old mismanagement, but it looks like the Nokia 9.3 PureView, or whatever the company’s next flagship is called, will not make it to market this year.

According to tipster Nokia Anew, the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView has been delayed until next year, specifically the first half of 2021. The exact date or month of launch is still unknown, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s pushed even further or if HMD Global decides to skip the Snapdragon 865 flagship altogether.

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As per previous rumors, the so-called Nokia 9.3 PureView has been delayed several times this past year. A report in September pegged the launch of the phone for

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Nokia Deepfield identifies 2020 network traffic, internet consumption trends in new intelligence report

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Nokia Deepfield identifies 2020 network traffic, internet consumption trends in new intelligence report

  • Implications for service providers and internet service delivery chain with significant growth in video streaming, gaming, video conferencing and DDoS
     

  • Data recorded by service providers across Europe and North America from February to September shows 30% increase in video subscribers, 23% increase in VPN end-points in the U.S, 40-50% increase in DDoS traffic

17 November 2020

Espoo, Finland – Nokia Deepfield has today released its Network Intelligence Report, which examines service provider network traffic and consumption trends in 2020, revealing the networks were made to withstand the internet’s rollercoaster year. The report examines overall changes in internet traffic patterns in the last decade and in 2020, focusing on key application areas such as video streaming, video conferencing, gaming and Distributed Denials of Service (DDoS) security.

As COVID-19 lockdown measures were implemented in March-April 2020, consumer

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