Phone technology giant Nokia is launching cloud-based network software that will be completely automated for 5G. The network operation will offer communications service providers with scalable and completely automated software to manage their 5G networks.
CSPs will need an intelligent management system as the 5G network adds new sets of technical complexity. The management system will monitor the fast-rising number of virtual and physical network protocols which will place lots of workloads on network operation centers.
The network management of Nokia has added the network operation master to its network management portfolio. It will deliver the best tools for configuration management, software management, administration, as well as troubleshooting.
New network operation will ensure the simplified and automated process
Until now, the network management systems that make use of 3G and 5G technology is enlisted manually. It has also been difficult to scalp up the needs of network solutions to 5G and cloud-based system to manage the volume of network slices. But this will now be in the past, as the cloud-based network will take care of these difficulties.
Using customizable operations, machine learning techniques, as well as a software-based approach, the network operations will allow a simplified and automated process.
It will also ensure that the operation’s functionalities are properly kept. Here, the actions will be automated in milliseconds, concerning different network events.
The network operations designed by Nokia will employ a cloud-based initiative that is easy to upgrade, integrate, and easy to deploy.
According to research director at Analysys Mason, Dana Cooperson, there will be more operations automation for the 5G network, compared to the previous 3G and 4G networks.
That is the need for Nokia’s operation master, which would accommodate the complete automation processes.
He said that the cloud-based network system works well with automated actions and machine learning, which offers the type of facilities the mobile operators require now.
Nokia’s Chief technology officer, Ron Haberman, said that 5G is gradually taking traditional functions such as customer care and revenue management in the cloud. This would bring new software systems to the network.
In this regard, the service providers require an automated operational method which will make operations more effective and scalable.
With Nokia’s new operation master, these operations would be handled more effectively and with ease.
As the world leader in 5G technology, Nokia has the only worldwide available end-to-end portfolio for 5G technology.
According to the company, its software, services, and 5G solutions will enable its customers to take advantage of the 5G technology as the new network is about going global. Customers would be able to access the technology and benefit from the promises the technology holds.
Nokia’s customers come from a wide spectrum of providers, including communications service providers which have a total network more of more than 6 billion subscribers.
The company also has holdings in the public and private sectors that make use of its portfolio to improve its productivity.
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