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Nokia releases low-price, high feature 4.2 smartphone
Includes integration with Google Assistant, Photos, face unlocking on the Android 9 Pie OS.
Gartner: 5G infrastructure revenue to reach US$4B in 2020
7% of CSPs worldwide have already deployed 5G infrastructure in their networks and the rollout is set to accelerate.
Evolved packet core revenues flatten out worldwide
According to Dell’Oro Group Huawei, Nokia, and ZTE gained share in a market that only grew by one per cent.
Nokia & U Mobile prepare for live 5G trial in Malaysia
Nokia and U Mobile are preparing their networks for a live 5G trial in Malaysia, scheduled for later this year.
Huawei at 29% share of global telecom infrastructure market
Among other telecommunications infrastructure market findings, Dell’Oro reports that Huawei increased its share by 8 percentage points since 2013.
Nokia’s new phone has so many cameras, guys
The Nokia 9 PureView will have five cameras. That’s more cameras than anyone else. The most cameras.
Cloud-native networking core market seeing growth
Dell’Oro group has released two reports that show that the expectation for 5G is driving the growth of cloud-native IMS VoLTE and EPC core markets.
MulteFire announces industrial IoT network specification
The specification aims to deliver robust wireless network capabilities for Industrial IoT and enterprises.
Cisco dominates record-high Ethernet switch & router markets
While the market is flourishing, it’s tough-going as Cisco has increased its majority share of the pie.
Hands-on review: The Nokia 7.1 smartphone
The Nokia 7.1 is Nokia’s new mid-range smartphone offering, meant to offer amazing specs at an affordable price.
Mobile Infrastructure market sees fastest growth since 2014
The report from Dell’Oro shows that while the vendor rankings for the top three vendors remained unchanged with Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia leading.
Spark continues Nokia exclusivity partnership
Nokia builds on its plans to take on the NZ market as it releases its new 7.1 handset exclusively through Spark.
Nokia refreshes focus on NZ with new Wellington head office
"Nokia marked the beginning of a new stage in its 90-year New Zealand history with the official opening of a new head office in Wellington."
MEF announces significant progress in its MEF 3.0 project
Today MEF published new Ethernet and IP specifications, progressing Layer 1 projects and the first multi-vendor SD-WAN implementation project.
Spark introduces Kiwis to Android One
Spark has announced that it will be the first to bring Google’s Android One programme to New Zealand
Nokia pledges investment into edge data centre tech
Nokia and Intel are placing their bets on the 5G revolution and its effect on the edge cloud industry with their latest piece of data centre hardware.
34 tech heavyweights stand strong: Protecting the globe from cyber threats
Not only with the companies protect customers, they've also vowed not to help governments who want to go on the cyber offensive.
Google expands Asia Pacific cloud network with new subsea cable
The cloud giant’s investment in the JGA cable system adds to its portfolio of existing cable investments, which include HK-G and SJC subsea cables.
NBN Co names Paul Tyler as its new chief customer officer
Tyler previously served as group managing director of Telstra business.
Hands-on review: The Nokia 8
Overall, the Nokia 8 is a great all-rounder phone with all the right things in it, and nothing too excessive.
Nostalgia or nonsense? Nokia’s revamped brick launches in NZ next week
The Nokia 3310 3G retains some of the features of the past but has obviously had some Botox, a tummy tuck and new organ replacements.
Experts meet at event to discuss India’s burgeoning IoT industry
India's IoT market is expected to grow from $1.3b in 2016 to $9b in 2020 - experts met at the third oneM2M Industry day to discuss the implications.
Spark named exclusive carrier of Nokia in New Zealand
All Nokia smartphones feature “a pure Android experience” which includes monthly security updates.
The ol’ brick is back: Nokia releases four new phones
Safe to say these aren’t the lethal weapons we remember, but I'm glad they're back...