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On his first results day since taking the reins of the Finnish networks giant in August, Pekka Lundmark, CEO and president of Nokia promised to do “whatever it takes” to become the 5G market leader and announced a move to a more focused approach as the company vies for 5G market share against competitors Ericsson and Huawei.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented chief executives of the world’s largest organizations with the greatest possible test of their leadership abilities. Confronting this unique time in history, they are faced with the challenge of abrupt dislocation of how employees work, how customers behave, how supply chains function, and even what ultimately constitutes business performance.
Corning Incorporated has introduced its latest innovation to help telecommunications network operators meet exploding demand for bandwidth: 5G-ready terminals and connectors that are miniaturized to accommodate more fiber connections in smaller spaces.
The RIPE NCC recently organized a special webinar on internet governance and its impact on the economy.
Nokia announced that it has been selected by Finnish Shared Network Ltd (SYV) – a joint operation by DNA Oyj and Telia Finland Oyj – as a supplier of 5G radio network equipment including deployment and managed services.
Oracle has been at the very forefront of innovation for decades. Throughout the pandemic, the company was going above and beyond to ensure that businesses stayed afloat.
When 5G is fully implemented, it will be set to supersede the old generation of network connectivity by powering groundbreaking technology including AI, cloud computing, smart cities, and autonomous transport.
Technology has always played an important role in our lives. From helping us carry out our daily tasks to working more efficiently in the office, it has made our lives easier in some way or another.