On the day Nokia Oyj (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) introduced its ReefShark chipsets, the firm has defined the purview of its Future X architecture for 5G, the platform for its new reference silicon design as well as the base of its 5G services and technology portfolio.
The extensive portfolio, to be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress next month in Barcelona, constitutes a comprehensive network that offers up to 3 times more data capacity each cell site and 30% reduced total cost of operation via artificial intelligence-based automation. It should be noted that Nokia’s 5G Future X offers exceptional baseband performance, all because of company’s breakthrough ReefShark chipset.
These chipsets also reduce the size of MIMO antennas by 50%, enhancing deployment options, while recording a 64% decline in the power usage of baseband units. Machine Learning-allowed beamforming technologies enable networks to follow mobile devices and increase cell range and offer massive capacity wherever it is required.
The 5G Future X network marks as a one that scales proficiently to cope with the constant creation and traffic of new applications and services assigned to network slices. Nokia 5G core offerings, like Cloud Packet Core, deploy cloud-native architecture ideas including network function software disaggregation, with state resourceful processing. It could also combine a shared data layer with dynamic lifecycle management and automated cloud networking. These allow best-in-class agility, operational efficiency and service delivery.
Automation is important to attaining the full operating prospect of 5G and dealing with the remarkable count of network connections and their distinct requirements. Nokia’s develops in machine learning and artificial intelligence throughout the system to radio cell sites, improve both operations and performance. Automation can also lead in operational savings of nearly 30%. Nokia embraces an environment of open architecture to allow consumers to access and gain from intelligence within their system.