Nokia’s experiments have not gone well, the efforts of his virtual reality camera failed and sold his digital health unit after not being able to capitalize on the first successes of Withings.
Now, the company is concentrating on something better. Nokia is merging its mobile and wired network groups into a single access network team that will help you “fully exploit” the potential of 5G.
The company’s current leader in mobile networks, the former executive of Alcatel-Lucent Marc Rouanne, is leaving The Company to be replaced by Tommi Uitto, a 23-year-old veteran of Nokia considered “expert in radio Technologies”. S
It is still early to say whether the changes will take place, but the 5G approach could be well synchronized. A large number of large operators, including US headlines such as AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, the Engadget matrix, are in the midst of the launch of 5G networks or only a few months away.
So if everything goes as it is, Nokia could enter that wave and expand.