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Nokia Inks 1 billion Euro Deal with China Mobile

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Nokia and China Mobile have signed a one-year frame agreement for continued delivery of mobile, fixed, IP routing, optical transport, customer experience management technologies and operational support as well as services expertise throughout 2018.

Under the agreement, Nokia will provide China Mobile with end-to-end technology solutions to enable a next-generation network for the age of the cloud and machine communications.

Nokia will provide additional elements of its mobile radio access and core portfolio in addition to fixed access, IP routing and optical transport, customer experience management, as well as its services expertise delivering the quality, speed and reliability needed. Going forward, Nokia and China Mobile will work closely to define the products and services that will enable the operator to explore new opportunities in vertical markets.

Nokia and China Mobile have also signed a MoU for research and testing of the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning capabilities of next-generation networks for the delivery of intelligent network optimization and radio resource management.

Mike Wang, President of Nokia Shanghai Bell
This is a highly significant agreement with our longstanding partner that consolidates Nokia's position as a leading provider of next-generation technologies and services in China. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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