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FI-02022 Nokia Solutions and Networks

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02610 Espoo, Finland

Finland: +358 71 400 4000
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Dubai government security networks operator Nedaa selects Nokia to deliver next-generation network for mission-critical & smart city service

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Aims to create safe and smart city for residents and visitors, applying Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for areas including emergency services support, e-government, transportation and healthcare Nokia to provide a 5G-ready, mission-critical network consisting of comprehensive security solutions, core and radio access solutions, IP/MPLS, optical and microwave backhaul network, along with professional services

Nokia identified as No.1 vendor of 4G public safety technology by Current Analysis in global study of 100 operators

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Current Analysis survey of 100 operators worldwide reveals key priorities for next five years and the mobile broadband vendors perceived as leaders in those areas Nokia perceived as best vendor to deliver technologies "beyond 4G" with public safety highlighted as the key priority

Nokia Networks unlocks full potential of mission-critical LTE for public safety #NetworksPerform

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Nokia Networks LTE mobile broadband portfolio enhanced with selected partner products to offer a full end-to-end public safety product and service portfolio Solution based on 3GPP-standardized public safety features Nokia Networks quality standards ensure reliable and secure public safety solution Robust LTE public safety networks important element of smart cities of the future

Nokia Networks launches two analytics services for operators to tap into $79bn market potential #NetworksPerform

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•    Nokia Ad Analytics opens up a new revenue stream for operators by offering value-add data to the advertising industry •    With Nokia Big Data Consultancy operators can maximize the value of their big data platforms and monetize their network insights •    According to a recent 451 Research Study, the total market of Telecom Data as a Service is expected to reach $79bn by 2020.Two of the most promising use case areas are mobile advertising and proximity advertising