Nokia delivered a solid third quarter, with positive free cash flow, widespread sales growth, solid operating margin, strong performances in Nokia Enterprise, Nokia Software and IP Routing and good progress towards meeting their 2019 cost reduction goals.
Nokia has today announced that it will power Telia’s 5G network at the new Mall of Tripla shopping center in Helsinki, delivering next-generation connectivity for consumers, businesses and entrepreneurs.
MTN has selected Ericsson to digitize their product catalog management and order management processes, leveraging Ericsson Catalog Manager and Ericsson Order Care.
Huawei released the 4G/5G FWA Broadband White Paper at the 10th Global Mobile Broadband Forum. Fixed wireless access (FWA) enables fixed broadband connections by leveraging wireless networks.
Nokia today introduced the 1830 Time-sensitive Packet Switch (TPS) family of time-sensitive networking (TSN) switches, which reduce the cost and complexity of Cloud RAN deployments by enabling packet-based transport for mobile fronthaul. The new family of switches transparently supports a mix of existing and new radio interface protocols, unifying mobile transport for 4G and 5G networks.
At the 2019 Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Edward Deng, President of Huawei's Wireless Solution, unveiled Huawei's latest 5G full-series solution.
Ericsson published its financial results for Q3 2019, reporting 3% percent growth in sales. Total sales were SEK 57.1 billion(b)., equivalent to AED 21.5 b. Sales adjusted for comparable units and currency increased by 3% driven by strong growth in North America and North East Asia.
Huawei announced its business results for the third quarter of 2019. During the first three quarters of this year, Huawei generated CNY610.8 billion in revenue, an increase of 24.4% year-on-year. The company's net profit margin in this period was 8.7%.
At the 10th annual Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei Deputy Chairman Ken Hu outlined the current status of 5G development around the world. In addition to highlighting the value 5G has already brought to consumers and industries in early adopter countries, he also delved into the importance of favorable policy and cross-sector collaboration for speeding up the next stage of 5G development.
During the CEM Elite Club meeting at GITEX Technology Week last week, more than 30 representatives from Middle East carriers, executives and industry analysts, gathered to discuss challenges the sector faces in delivering a superior 5G customer experience.