Nokia Oyj (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) Focus On Faster Acceptance Of Mission-critical LTE


Nokia Oyj (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) has been growing its ViTrust critical communications portfolio with advanced services to assist first responders take benefit of secure and reliable high-performance uses on their public safety devices. The company’s device software customization service will support accelerate agency adoption of latest AndroidTM-based devices for preliminary responders.

The details

Nokia’s experts develop and design secure custom device firmware with personalized user experience enhancements and adaptations for public safety operations. First responders gain from a familiar interface intended to offer important information at a glance, saving time in crisis situations when every second matters.

The company’s expertise in end-to-end LTE offerings across operating systems, applications, network nodes and devices assures reliability and extreme performance for real-time video and other mission-related broadband uses, combined with custom-built firmware. It incorporates features such as device data encryption, is hardened for security and controlled access to external sources.

Care for public safety marks as a service to warrant that the most demanding communications requirements of public safety firms are met. Using its services expertise, Nokia will offer improved local and release support, compliant with security, confidentiality and regulatory requirements while ensuring the fast, low-risk deployment of latest skills and technologies. A European operator is already utilizing this service and witnessing the benefits of lower downtime and operational risks, with service levels stabilizing quicker than before and satisfying public safety requirements.

Additionally, Nokia’s innovations for public safety comprise rapid substantiation of mission-critical system coverage levels along prime railway tracks and roads by mining crowd-sourced performance statistics utilizing the Nokia AVA platform.

In the last trading session, the stock price of Nokia traded in a narrow range and closed marginally in red at $5.92. The decline came at a share volume of 12.21 million compared to average share volume of 10.57 million. After the last close, the market cap of firm was noted at around $35 billion.