It looks like 2016 will be the year of Nokia. Fans of the Finnish company who never stopped hoping for Nokia's comeback in the smartphone business will be pleased to know that three new Android handsets might be launched this year.
Also, according to NPU, the Finnish company is actively working on no less than *three* Android smartphones that will be launched sometime this year.
Alcatel-Lucent and Sprint today announced an agreement to deploy Alcatel-Lucent's lightRadio Metro Cells to augment coverage in high-traffic ...
Small Cells Will Power Big Gains at Alcatel-Lucent
While AT&T plans to also deploy 10,000 new macro sites as well as 1,000 distributed antennae systems, it's the small-cell deployments, more than 40,000 strong, that comprise the vast bulk of how Ma Bell plans to strengthen its network.
Ooredoo Qatar’s Chief Executive Officer Waleed Al Sayed outlined the company’s plans to prepare to launch 5G services in the country during the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference in Doha.
Ooredoo is pursuing a strategy of network evolution that will deliver a ‘better internet experience’ for customers, as well as enabling a host of smart technologies that connect millions of devices to the network.
Ooredoo is already laying the foundations for 5G services in Qatar, recently announcing it has signed agreements with global technology leaders to build the region’s first 5G research and development centre in Doha.
He spoke about how this investment would support the deployment of ‘Internet of Things’ innovations across a range of industries.
“The rise of the ‘Internet of Things’ means that we need networks that can support billions of connected devices, as well as millions of people. Our investment in the Ooredoo Supernet means that we’ll be ready for this technological evolution and will offer our customers the latest solutions as they become available,” he said.
“Events like the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference enable us to transfer knowledge and build partnerships for the future, as we push to become the leading integrated ICT provider in Qatar,” he added.
Al Sayed showed a video on the incredible services that the Supernet would bring to customers in Qatar.
The 2016 edition of the IEEE conference will run until April 6.
Feb 23, 2016 - Demand for IoT/M2M solutions, which enable business assets to ... Ooredoo has a presence in markets such as Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, ...
Apr 5, 2016 - Ooredoo Qatar's Chief Executive Officer Waleed Al Sayed outlined the ... this investment would support the deployment of 'Internet of Things' ...
Intel Looks At The Cloud And Internet Of Things For The Future.
Alcatel-Lucent announces global collaboration with Intel to speed industry move to cloud -
Alcatel Lucent and Intel to focus on cloud and IoT -