Nokia (NYSE:NOK) launched its latest product called Could-native Digital Operations Centre software. The ones set to benefit a huge deal from the recent move are the communication service providers.
Ramping up operations
It is an outstanding moment for them to give a major lift to their capabilities to generate higher business revenues. That will be by taking advantage of the company’s platform, which works well in the optimal management of the 5G slice-based services. The company hopes that by 2020, everything will be up and running.
Nokia’s segment Digital Operations Centre is entrusted with the provision of an automated process catering for both the deployment as well as the operation of the network slices. The deployment is done to the multi-domain, multi-vendor, and multi-technology environments.
The company’s modular design is such that it brings together the Nokia Assurance Center and the Nokia Orchestration Centre.
A big number of operators have relied upon the business giant in the delivery of network slices over the years. Nokia has been doing a great job in this regard by making deliveries through closed-loop automation. It has still been using the same solution to help operators have it easy in terms of conformity top the Service Level Agreements. Most of them are enjoying the service as they work towards expansions into the vertical industries.
Benefits to customers
It is a new dawn for the customers who will now be able to determine their deployment strategies. They are at a point where they can automate their service delivery.
A lot is going on, part of that being the company’s move to develop its 5G portfolio. It is also doing a lot in line with the advancement of its ReefShark chipsets. To achieve this, it is linking up with several partners.
Nokia seeks to rise and become one of the market leaders around the globe and that is particularly in the provision of the end-to-end 5G solutions.
There are also reports about Nokia and Ericsson’s vulnerability in what experts term a geopolitically motivated 5G tussle.