Nokia and Ooredoo Algeria achieve transmission rate of 1TPS in Africa’s first field trial of new optical technology
Working in partnership, Ooredoo Algeria and Nokia have successfully achieved a ground-breaking transmission speed of 1.2 terabits per second over optical fibre in Africa’s first field trial of innovative optical communications technology.
AfricaCom 2016 will mark the 10-month anniversary of the creation of a renewed and strengthened Nokia, which following its purchase of Alcatel-Lucent has created a global leader in technology and services for a connected world.
Nokia wishes to clarify and place on record that it has effected constructive and collaborative engagement with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). As a result, the company's Lagos office has been reopened.
Orange Egypt has commissioned Nokia to deploy its Subscriber Data Management (SDM) platform to be able to launch new, customized faster services to its subscribers.
Vodacom Tanzania 4G went live in Dar es Salaam on May 11th 2016. Nokia and Vodacom have once again demonstrated the strong partnership that is linking the two entities in Tanzania since the beginning of mobile telecommunication in the country 16 years ago
Nokia shows latest innovations to help meet the demand for network capacity, speed, coverage, and utilise IoT opportunities. At its MWC-R (Mobile World Congress Roadshow) in Accra, the company also shows telecom operators how to meet the ever-increasing demand for network capacity, speed and coverage, and improve the customer experience with high-quality and secure networks.
Safaricom, Kenya’s leading operator, selected Nokia Networks as one of its partners to modernize and expand its 2G and 3G network infrastructure and to help launch the first LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network in Keny. The network launched in December 2014 will offer peak speeds of up to 100 Mbps, which is more than twice the speed offered on 3G technology.