Nokia Upgrades 5G Lab to Test New Use Cases in Mexico


The telecom company of Finland ‘Nokia’ said, it has now upgraded the company’s 5G testing lab based in the region of Guadalajara, Mexico for the purpose of supporting the testing across the new use cases of the company. In a statement, Nokia said, the facility is going to be enabling the testing of the company’s new 5G products, along with the support to the growing sales and supply chain operations in the region.

According to the company, the 5G testing lab has started its operations in the year 2017 and it has also been developing and executing a wide range of the tests of the Nokia hardware solutions like the radio frequency, RF testing fir 3G, 5G, and also the 5G networks.

Raul Romero, Country Senior Officer for Mexico and head of Nokia LAT North Region said, the company’s 5G deployments have been coming soon in the regions of Latin America and Mexico are going to fully supported by their own regional operations and they are also going to be supported by the free trade agreement made between the United States, Mexico and Canada (USMCA).

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This announcement has come after Nokia said, it is going to be offering the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) to the telecom operators, and the company’s rival Ericsson also said, it has been targeting the addressable market of around 3.1 billion dollars, that mainly consists of the telecommunication companies and enterprises. Nokia is also going to provide the services around the security, data management and also analytics to the telecommunication companies.