Nokia and China Mobile sign a framework agreement worth 1 billion euros to prepare for future networks

Communications World Network News (CWW) Recently, Nokia announced that it has signed a framework agreement with China Mobile to help China Mobile build an infrastructure that meets future network needs, prepare for next-generation network evolution, and provide more seamless connectivity. To meet the growing traffic demands of the future network. The agreement is a one-year period worth up to 1 billion euros.


 


Under the agreement, Nokia will provide China Mobile with a leading end-to-end solution to help it build a network for the cloud and machine communication era. Nokia will provide additional elements and core components for mobile wireless access, fixed access, IP routing and optical transport, customer experience management and other professional services to ensure high quality, fast and stable delivery.

 

Looking ahead, Nokia and China Mobile will work closely together to define products and services to help China Mobile explore new development opportunities in the vertical market. Recently, the two sides signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly research and test the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning technology in next-generation networks to realize optimal management and wireless resource management of intelligent networks.

 

The achievement of the framework agreement is based on long-term cooperation between the two parties. Nokia and China Mobile have always been deeply involved in the development, testing and deployment of new technologies, working together to achieve seamless cloud networking and fast, convenient and affordable Internet access, to meet new demands and support the network. The evolution and development of the Internet of Things to the next generation of networks.

 

The signing ceremony was held during the Sino-German Economic and Technical Cooperation Forum. Li Huiwei, Vice President of China Mobile Group, and Hans-Jürgen Bill, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chairman of Nokia Communications Germany, signed the agreement on behalf of both companies. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Premier Li Keqiang attended the Sino-German Economic and Technical Cooperation Forum.


 


Nokia Bell President Wang Jianya said: "The signing of this agreement is of great significance, which further extends our long-term partnership with China Mobile. At the same time, this strengthens Nokia's position as the next generation technology and service provider in China's communications market. We will continue to provide industry-leading end-to-end solutions that enable operators to dramatically improve network performance and open up new opportunities for future networks."