Saturday, 15 December 2018

Nokia warns wireless network rollouts not keeping pace with demand

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 14 April 16

Vendor says WiFi, cellular networks able to meet 81% of global demand by 2020.

Nokia this week warned that the capacity of WiFi and cellular networks is not growing quickly enough to satisfy future demand for mobile content. According to Bell Labs – acquired by the Finnish vendor as part of its €15.6 billion purchase of Alcatel-Lucent – by 2020, WiFi and cellular networks together will have capacity sufficient to carry 81% of projected mobile content traffic…

Nokia this week warned that the capacity of WiFi and cellular networks is not growing quickly enough to satisfy future demand for mobile content. According to Bell Labs – acquired by the Finnish vendor as part of its €15.6 billion purchase of Alcatel-Lucent – by 2020, WiFi and cellular networks together will have capacity sufficient to carry 81% of projected mobile content traffic…

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