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Nokia signs deals worth €2B with China’s Big Three

Nokia signs deals worth €2B with China’s Big Three

Nokia has signed three separate frame agreements worth a combined value of more than EUR 2 billion with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom.

Under the agreements, Nokia will deploy technologies and services to improve performance in fixed and mobile broadband networks across China to meet ever-growing demand as operators transition towards 5G.

China is the world’s most populous country, and is seeing an ever-increasing demand for internet access – particularly via mobile devices. The Big Three Chinese operators will leverage products and services from across Nokia's end-to-end portfolio to enhance speed, reliability and capacity in their networks.

Mike Wang, president of Nokia Shanghai Bell, said: "Leveraging the breadth of our end-to-end network and services capabilities, we will work closely with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom to deploy technologies that meet their specific business needs."

For China Mobile, Nokia will deliver technologies including radio access, core, passive optical networks, IP routing and optical transport, SDN and network management, along with its professional services and expertise.

Nokia will support China Telecom to improve country-wide 4G LTE coverage and hot spot capacity. The vendor will provide its end-to-end portfolio and solutions for the operator, including FDD-LTE radio access, home CPE solutions, core routers, multi-service edge routers and optics as well as its services expertise. Both parties will also enhance 5G cooperation and accelerate China's 5G progress.

The vendor will help China Unicom deploy technologies across the country including Nokia FDD-LTE radio access, Multi-access Edge Computing, virtualized IMS, SDN, IP routing and optical transport, and fixed network equipment. Working with Nokia, China Unicom aims to enhance network quality and capacity to grow its 4G LTE customer base, while researching and developing the expansion of IoT services and the evolution to 5G, including the use of artificial intelligence in networks.

Nokia will provide its services expertise under the frame agreements, including network planning, implementation, systems integration, maintenance and performance optimisation.

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