Nokia bags $2.3b in deals with China’s three operators

Nokia says it has signed three separate frame agreements worth a combined value of more than 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom to facilitate their respective transitions to 5G. Nokia will also provide services under the frame agreements, including network planning, implementation, systems integration, maintenance and performance optimization. For China Mobile, Nokia will deliver technologies and expertise across China, including radio access, core, passive optical networks, IP routing and optical transport, SDN, network management and professional services. And for China Unicom, Nokia will help deploy technologies across the country including Nokia FDD-LTE radio access, multi-access edge computing, virtualized IMS, SDN, IP routing and optical transport, and fixed network equipment. Under the agreements, Nokia will deploy technologies and services to improve performance in fixed and mobile broadband networks across China to meet growing demand.

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