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Nokia AirScale wireless access solution

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Nokia AirScale wireless access solution


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Nokia airscale wireless access solution Nokia's new generation airscale wireless access solution will completely change the way networks are built. airscale runs all wireless technologies simultaneously in a single base station; can use any topology, scale to virtually unlimited capacity; and consumes 60% less energy than Nokia's existing market-leading radio access platform. In addition, Nokia airscale is versatile and compact enough to be installed in new locations using any transmission method and effectively hidden. Specifically, the highlights are as follows

 


First, as a single radio access network, Single RAN supports wireless technologies running simultaneously in all base stations Including 2G, 3G, TDD-LTE, FDD LTE, LTE Advanced and LTE Advanced Pro, integrated
Carrier-grade Wi-Fi access and supports 5G technology.

 


Second, baseband units can be chained together to create virtually unlimited capacity and connections to satisfy huge IoT connectivity and 5G speed needs.

 


Third, the cloud wireless access network Cloud RAN uses Nokia’s powerful AirFrame IT hardware.
The software meets strict wireless access capability, security and latency requirements.

 


Fourth, mobile edge computing is implemented on the same server as the Cloud RAN,
Easily integrate applications that use wireless device information to support low-latency services.

 


Fifth, Nokia’s future-oriented management solutions Nokia NetAct and Nokia CloudBand can
Used for traditional wireless networks and the new cloud wireless access network Cloud RAN to easily implement virtualization.

 


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