Tele2 and Nokia to develop 5G in the Baltic

The Swedish telecommunications group Tele2 has chosen Nokia as a partner for the development of the 5G core network in the Baltic States and Sweden, according to statements by the two companies January 11.

Tele2 wrote that Nokia's cloud computing infrastructure and mobile applications will provide the full potential of the 5G network for Tele2 customers in the future, including improved data and voice connectivity, as well as a number of business solutions.

“We looked for a knowledgeable partner to successfully and efficiently handle the rollout of our 5G core in a reliable way, and we found just that in Nokia,” Tele2 statement quoted.

The deployment of the 5G core network is scheduled to start this year and will continue throughout a number of years.

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