Nokia is collaborating with Intel to make its carrier-grade AirFrame Data Center Solution hardware available for an Open Platform Network Functions Virtualization (OPNFV) Lab. The hardware will be used by the OPNFV collaborative open source community to accelerate the delivery of cloud-enabled networks and applications.

Read more: Nokia launches AirFrame Data Center for the Open Platform NFV community with Intel

Nokia and China Mobile have signed a one-year frame agreement, valued at up to EUR 1.36 billion, to help the leading Chinese mobile operator transition to a flexible cloud network infrastructure, providing seamless connectivity that will more efficiently meet the ever-growing data demands of its subscriber base. Both Nokia Networks China and ASB will provide services under the agreement.

Read more: Nokia and China Mobile sign EUR 1.36 billion frame agreement

Nokia is extending its device management leadership into IoT with the launch of the Intelligent Management Platform for All Connected Things (IMPACT), which gives operators, enterprises and governments a secure platform on which to scale new IoT services. IMPACT handles data collection, event processing, device management, data contextualization, data analytics, end-to-end security and applications enablement for any device, any protocol and across any application.

Read more: Nokia launches new IMPACT platform for fast and secure delivery of IoT services

According to World Health Organization figures, road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death among young people aged 15-29 years. More than 1.2 million people die each year worldwide as a result of traffic crashes. Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technologies, starting with 802.11p and evolving to Cellular V2X (C-V2X), can help bring safer roads, more efficient travel, reduced air pollution, and better driving experiences.

Read more: The path to 5G: Paving the road to tomorrow's autonomous vehicles

In the new Ericsson ConsumerLab report: "Wearable technology and the Internet of Things", six in 10 smartphone users state that wearables have uses beyond health and wellness. Devices related to personal safety and security, such as panic buttons and personal locators, attract most interest. Top 5 most-wanted wearables across five markets surveyed (% interested and willing to buy):

Read more: Ericsson ConsumerLab: Wearables could outcompete smartphones by 2020

Together with the support of Dubai Future Foundation through the Global Blockchain Council, du announced plans to revolutionize healthcare in the UAE using pioneering blockchain technology. For the first time in the UAE, du's pilot will introduce a safer common system for instantly sharing and verifying electronic health records (EHR) between hospitals and clinics.

Read more: Global Blockchain Council backs du Pilot for First Blockchain Service for Healthcare in Middle East

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