Taiwan Mobile selects Nokia for 5G connectivity in a €400 million deal

By Nikita Chaurasia  | Date: 2020-06-30

Taiwan Mobile selects Nokia for 5G connectivity in a €400 million deal

Nokia made an announcement that the Taiwan Mobile (TWM) has chosen it as the exclusive supplier of its 5G network in a 3 year framework deal valuing around 400 million euros.

As per trusted sources the initial phase of the deal which includes 5G Core, 5G RAN, and 5G IMS, will begin by deploying 5G non-standalone, with key focus on migrating to 5G standalone in three years. Nokia is a long-established partner of TWM and will support the company to execute its ‘Super 5G strategy’ aimed at supporting digital transformation and sustainability.

As per the credible sources, Nokia will offer its 5G RAN portfolio that includes Nokia AirScale Radio Access products which will allow TWM to provide market-leading 5G experiences to its customers with connectivity, capacity, and ultra-low latency. Air-Scale Radio Access, a commercial end-to-end 5G solution, that enables operators to capitalize early on 5G, is a first mover in the industry.

According to the trusted sources, Nokia will also give its AirScale Micro Remote Radio Head (RRH) solution that will enable TWM to satisfy the requirements for capacity and reliable coverage. Nokia’s 5G Core portfolio will provide TWM with a strong foundation to run scale in dynamic cloud environments with a sharp focus on scalability, performance, and automation to deliver new digital services that hold all the capabilities 5G has to offer.

President of Mobile Networks at Nokia, Tommi Uitto stated that Nokia has enjoyed a long-established partnership with Taiwan Mobile, providing support for 2G, 3G, 4G, and they look forward to continuing the same in 5G era as a sole supplier.

TWM is becoming the next-generation technology company by focusing on telecommunications, the Internet, media and entertainment, and e-commerce with focus on sustainability. The company claimed 200MHz in the 28GHz band and 60MHz in the 3.5GHz band in the country’s spectrum auction in January.

https://www.nokia.com/about-us/news/releases/2020/06/29/nokia-wins-exclusive-taiwan-mobile-5g-deal/

About Author

Nikita Chaurasia     aeresearch.net

Nikita Chaurasia

An accomplished professional in the field of content development, playing with words comes naturally to Nikita Chaurasia. After completing her post-graduate MBA degree in Advertising and PR, Nikita worked across numerous content-driven verticals, undertaking diverse r...

Read More >>

More News By Nikita Chaurasia

Pacific Island pushes Japan to delay wastewater release from Fukushima

Pacific Island pushes Japan to delay wastewater release from Fukushima

By Nikita Chaurasia

Pacific Island nations have reportedly pushed Japan to postpone the release of Fukushima nuclear power plant wastewater due to concerns that it may pollute fishing grounds. An appeal was made on Wednesday when Japan announced that treated sewage f...

Activist groups take Danone to court over excessive use of plastics

Activist groups take Danone to court over excessive use of plastics

By Nikita Chaurasia

Danone, the French bottled water and yogurt firm, is reportedly being sued in court by three environmental activists’ groups for failing to cut its plastic footprint significantly. According to the groups, the maker of Evian and Volvic miner...

Bosch expands security with dashcams designed for rideshare drivers

Bosch expands security with dashcams designed for rideshare drivers

By Nikita Chaurasia

Bosch, the German technology company, has reportedly expanded its security footprint in the ridesharing market with the launch of its latest security dashcams. At CES 2023, Las Vegas, the German tech firm unveiled a new integrated smart camera on ...

Australia: PM Albanese denies potential $450M payout to Rio Tinto

Australia: PM Albanese denies potential $450M payout to Rio Tinto

By Nikita Chaurasia

Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has reportedly denied rumors that Rio Tinto and its partners could receive a $450 million settlement for the Gladstone power station, which would bring the total compensation for the coal price limit to...

UK: Firms still struggle with post-Brexit trading and red tape

UK: Firms still struggle with post-Brexit trading and red tape

By Nikita Chaurasia

Businesses in the UK are still reportedly grappling after two years following the beginning of post-Brexit trading, as suggested by a new report. According to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), firms are still battling increased red tape and ...