Nokia today announced the launch of 4.5G Pro mobile technology, which can significantly enhance the network capacity and speed, help operators to build next-generation networks to meet the interoperability needs of large cities. In addition, Nokia also plans to propose a 4.9G, 5G wireless coverage by optimizing the evolution of LTE technology to provide users with continuous 5G service experience. Future 5G technology can provide protection for mobile broadband and large-scale emergency communication, especially for businesses with highly dense population of large cities, extensive services in all types of industries, enterprises and vertical applications.
In order to help operators achieve this goal, Nokia has been determined using 4.5G Pro technology, and thus lead the next technological evolution, in order to pave the way towards 5G. 4.5G Pro can significantly enhance the LTE capacity, coverage and rates.
4.5G Pro provides technical support by Nokia AirScale wireless product portfolio to 10 times the initial rate of 4G networks, Gigabit peak rate for operators to meet the world's growing demand for programmable, while supporting next-generation devices will be posted. By up to five bands using expanded carrier aggregation technology, operators will be able to take full advantage of a wealth of paired FDD, TDD unpaired spectrum authorization and a variety of unlicensed spectrum, while ensuring that operators meet local and national regulations and get support future user equipment.
With the steady growth of urban population, large super Connected give mobile and fixed network operators have significant challenges. 4.5G Pro builds on 4.5G technology on the Nokia, the world has more than 90 customers have deployed Nokia's 4.5G technology. Nokia's 4.5G technology through the use of four-carrier technology, advanced technology and wireless modem-based IoT network connection, greatly improving the LTE performance, helping operators address the challenge.
4.5G Pro focus on the user and device ecosystem 5G network ready, therefore, the future of post-deployment Nokia 4.9G, will significantly increase the capacity and speed and lower network latency and optimize 5G wireless coverage, to provide users with continuous 5G service experience. 4.9G has a unique feature that will further enhance the capacity and speed to multi-gigabit per second, including a greater number of carrier aggregation, so as to obtain additional licenses and unlicensed spectrum opened the way to promote the evolution of wireless systems, including the use of highly oriented superimposing a plurality of antenna and transmission / reception of a signal transmission path. In addition, 4.9G will use cloud-based network to join the network edge intelligence, thereby reducing the latency to less than 10 milliseconds.
4.9G can provide support for the recently released Band 43 and Band 42, global operators to make full use of the newly introduced TDD-LTE spectrum. Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band adjustment, US carriers will be able to take advantage of 3.5GHzG spectrum, and thus significantly increase the capacity.
451 Research principal analyst Ken Rehbehn said: "Thanks to the extraordinary progress of LTE technology in the past six years, end users can now enjoy the peak rate of 1Gbps 5G this is an important milestone in the development process, open early 4G system step. latest Advances future 5G technology, the new mobile broadband era .LTE bring technology to enhance the rate of addition will also provide powerful new capabilities, and vigorously promote innovation. Nokia will apply these features to the service provider network is significant because 5G deployment Thereafter, the LTE advanced functionality remains a key factor in achieving high performance mobile connectivity. "
Nokia's mobile network president SamihElhage said:. "With the growing network user and IoT data needs, 5G rate will play an extremely important role in the course of the evolution of carrier networks through 4.5G, 4.5G Pro and 4.9G technology, we will provide operators with a smooth evolution path to help operators increase network capacity, improve the user experience and create revenue opportunities. "