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    Verizon signs up Microsoft, Nokia to help clients build private 5G networks
    By Supantha Mukherjee, Kenneth Li

    Verizon VZ.N said on Monday it has struck deals with Microsoft MSFT.O and Nokia NOKIA.HE to improve the telecoms giant's ability to target business customers by offering clients the ability to automate factory floors, lower costs and speed up data traffic through private 5G networks.

    Private 5G networks remove the need for businesses to jostle for speed with others on a public network and help enable data-intensive applications that use computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning to increase productivity.

    Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing business, will run on top of Verizon’s 5G network to processes the data generated by machines at the local facility and use artificial intelligence to automate operations. Microsoft launched the new service late last month directed at telecom operators.
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    Possible activity AH: ?

    More details on moon deal out
    Early release of new phone
    New large stakeholder
    New large 5G deal rumor
    New corporate collaboration with big tech company
    New IP license deal
    Sale of non-core asset/division
    Earnings beat leak

    All kinds of possibilities.
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    JUST TO REMIND THAT NOKIA ALREADY IS FIRMLY IN NORTH AMERICA with about 13,000 employees against only 6,000 in Finland. Our presence in North America:
    13,013 employees
    26 office locations
    2 Data centers – Chicago, Illinois and Plano, Texas
    3 Innovation centers - Murray Hill, New Jersey; Dallas, Texas; and Mountain View, California
    22 locations for SAC Wireless, a Nokia company that builds and deploys networks

    90% of the US population is connected by our network solutions
    Our fixed networks power more than 50% of the telco fixed broadband lines in the US
    41% of our top 100 supplier spending is with US-based businesses, a significant investment in the US economy
    7.4% of Nokia US supplier spending is with diverse vendors
    US headquarters - Dallas, Texas
    Canadian headquarters - Ottawa, Canada

    North America | Nokia
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    I’m of the strong belief that BRXT, UK and EU agreement will break open the shell on NOK / ERIC - it will happen very soon... previously said ...”Nokia In 2016  (CEO previously stated by Rajeev Suri) is another global player with a strong European presence, and of course plenty of UK customers and employees. Suri issued a strong plea for the UK to remain engaged in Europe, as it would be better for Europe and the UK itself. 
    The uncertainty that Brexit would cause would delay further much-needed impetus in market and regulatory reform. “While the EU played an early and critical role in liberalising and standardising the telecom market, that initial momentum has since stalled.  Reform is urgently needed to allow for the development of networks that match those of other parts of the world.” This is usually code for, “allow consolidation, and operators invest more”. 
    “Given this,” Suri continued, “I am of the firm belief that we need both more Europe as well as a different European Union.  More Europe is needed to fully leverage the power of the single market, to allow innovation and capital to flow freely, to give businesses the opportunity to consolidate and scale efficiently across all of Europe, and for consumers to get the benefits of that scale.  A different European Union is also needed, one that focuses more on enabling and less on controlling; on what really benefits all the people of Europe, not items best left to national discretion.”
    You can assume that a Europe with no UK in it would not be a positive for Nokia.
    And regarding the law:
    Some of what may come to pass post-Brexit is of course  a matter of second guessing any negotiated exit. Lawyer Bird & Bird said that the legal implications of Brexit if it happens, “will depend to a large degree on the withdrawal arrangements and conditions agreed upon between the UK and the EU”. Indeed so.
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    OK, I left one possibility off, since NOK working with NASA, maybe US was granted an PTION to take a stake in the future, as part of the deal.
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    Nokia leadership in private wireless network with MSFT attracted Verizon. Now, AT&T is offering as well.
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    Nokia selected by NASA to build first ever cellular network on the Moon

    So why is the stock not up 10%+ today?
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    Bought 1k shares pre market after the Moon news, looks like I may have got in just in time! Glad to be on board with you guys!
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    NO, Sweden is NOT a Socialist county.

    It has a free-market capitalist economy with a strong social welfare safety net for its citizens. The social safety net was created based on Scandinavian culture and a homogenous population (obviously, much has changed since Sweden's venture into, "Diversity").
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    NASA selects Nokia to build first ever cellular network on the moon

    Oct. 19, 2020 5:36 AM ETNokia Corporation (NOK)By: Niloofer Shaikh, SA News Editor31 Comments

    Nokia (NYSE:NOK) has been selected by NASA as a partner to advance “Tipping Point” technologies for the Moon, deploying the first LTE/4G communications system in space and helping pave the way towards sustainable human presence on the lunar surface.

    Communications will be a crucial component for NASA's Artemis program, which will establish a sustainable presence on the Moon by the end of the decade.

    Nokia Bell Labs’ pioneering innovations will be used to build and deploy the first ultra-compact, low-power, space-hardened, end-to-end LTE solution on the lunar
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    I can't think of a more under-rated tech company than NOK. With all the good news and positive developments coming in, this stock should skyrocket. And yet...
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    If NASA backs Nokia, then NOK is the number one 4G/5G company... period!!! Get on board for 2021 and beyond now!
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    Sep 14, 2020

    Perhaps it’s not surprising that Dish selected Nokia for its 5G SA core given that Dish’s Chief Network Officer Marc Rouanne is a former Nokia executive.

    Rouanne was at Nokia for about five years, until November 2018. As Nokia’s president of mobile networks he helped lead the charge on next-generation networking technology and advocated for open wireless systems. Under his leadership, Nokia joined groups such as the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), the O-RAN Alliance and the Open Compute Project (OCP).

    Nokia’s 5G SA core is cloud-native and based on containers. In addition, the selection of Nokia allows Dish to go with an established vendor that can provide end-to-end support.
    Nokia’s 5G SA core is cloud-native and based on containers. In addition, the selection of Nokia allows Dish to go with an established vendor that can provide end-to-end support.
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    Verizon Teams Up With Nokia To Offer Private 5G Capabilities To Enterprises In Europe & Asia-Pacific
    BY Reuters
    — 2:42 PM ET 10/19/2020
    Oct 19 (Reuters) - Verizon ( VZ
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    I knew there was something different about this one today. The orders that were going in - Some were over 300k per order.
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    $4.41 and no news?! I'll take it but would love to know the news!!
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    A bright future year ahead of NOK now... im all in
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    It's up not because of the moon deal. Something's going on. Post if you know anything, I'm holding on to my shares.
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    Might be market actors figured out Nokia after USAIG Bonnie Glick's visit to Finland now is formally considered a trusted vendor for USAID with an automatic possibility to get US finance for its developing country telecom operator customers. Let's see what Brazil decides on 5G!
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    Call option volume is huge today with tens of thousands of contracts. This brings in more optimism .. hope all materialize over the next few weeks and months