Technology according to a statement from T-Mobile, Nokia and the North American telecommunications company have just signed an agreement of 3.5 billion dollars to be the first US company to work with the Promising 5g technology.
The “multi-year” agreement will allow the Finnish team to help build the T-Mobile network with 600 MHz and 28 GHz 5g millimeter waves compatible with the new 3GPP 5g new Radio (NR) standards. For its part, T-Mobile is “all in 5g”, according to CTO Neville Ray, who reported that the investment was made with the aim of attracting American customers to a mobile 5g network nationwide.
Nokia, on the other hand, has announced that it will develop a multidomain architecture and a service of evolution of sites, which, according to Mónica Tives of Silicon site, “will help to work with precise technical requirements independent of the supplier”, Because “while the first promises to simplify legacy and multivendor networks, the second will evolve from 2g-4g to 5g and save on CAPEX and OPEX.”
5G technology is an important breakthrough for both T-Mobile and Nokia. While the US Company is ahead of Verizon, the Finn acquires an advantage over other suppliers of 5G networks like Ericsson and Huawei, who also want to take advantage of the new technology.