Nokia Unveils New Solutions at MWC 2022

Nokia Unveils New Solutions at MWC 2022

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At the MWC 2022, Nokia unveiled a set of new products and solutions. The company presented Intelligent RAN Operations, AVA Network Data Analytics Function, iSIM Secure Connect, Adaptive Cloud Networking, and Liquid Cooling technology for the AirScale Base Station portfolio.

Intelligent RAN Operations solution designed to manage the increasing complexity of 5G networks through machine learning (ML). The framework and its underlying products enable mobile operators to boost the 5G network quality, efficiency, and the subscriber experience while reducing operational costs, energy consumption, and CO2 emissions. The solution supports Nokia’s ambitious commitment to sustainability and combatting climate change.

AVA Network Data Analytics Function, in a SaaS model, enhances network operations with AI/ML-driven closed-loop automation and provides analytics at the network edge. iSIM Secure Connect through a SaaS delivery model manages machine-to-machine and consumer device subscriptions for eSIM- and iSIM-enabled devices.

Adaptive Cloud Networking is designed to respond to the unpredictable demands of the 5G era by supercharging a service provider’s data center fabric and seamlessly extending its operations to the edge clouds. This innovation in the way telco clouds are built and operated will enable service providers to reinforce their critical role in the 5G digital network value chain.

Liquid Cooling AirScale portfolio is designed to make radio networks more sustainable and cost-efficient by reducing the energy required to cool a base station. Cooling system energy consumption can be reduced up to 90 percent and base station CO2 emissions up to 80 percent compared to traditional active air-cooling systems.

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