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Nokia executives: comprehensively and continuously layout 5g industrialization advantages highlight

now, with 4G blooming all over the world, 5g is ready to go. However, the 5g standard has not yet been formed. Technology first is a magic weapon for an enterprise to take the lead in its future development

recently, Peter Merz, general manager of Nokia communications' Global Wireless Research and development, said in an interview with flying elephant: Nokia is deeply engaged in 5g research and development, comprehensively and continuously layout 5g, and its industrialization advantages are prominent

4G is not a substitute but a supplement.

5g is not a substitute for 4G. 4G evolution is the foundation of 5g, and it is also an important part of 5g. Peter Merz said

with the development of network technology, in the foreseeable future, there will be more and more security applications and key business applications running on the wireless network, which puts forward high requirements for the capacity, throughput and delay of the network. With the support of Jin min, to ensure the quality of network service, network security and reliability, the subdivision of network service level will be much higher than today

however, the existing network services are far from meeting these diverse needs. However, 5g can be satisfied, because it is not only millisecond network delay, 1tbits network capacity per square kilometer, the minimum peak data rate of 10 Gbps, the transmission speed of 100 Mbps, and the number of terminal devices will increase by 100 times. By 2030, the capacity will increase by 10000 times compared with 2010. These are far from enough to rely on 4G alone

in addition, 5g wireless will complement LTE because it can integrate existing and new technologies. LTE evolution will continue to meet many requirements at the macro level until 2020 or longer. 5g does not need to replace 4G, but includes existing systems such as LTE advanced and Wi Fi, and adopts a new revolutionary technology designed for ultra dense deployment, highly reliable communication and minimum delay. Peter Merz added that 5g will also provide high-quality continuous connection between people and machines, making people feel unlimited capacity. 5g network will integrate the existing mobile wireless devices and Wi Fi into the new system and manage it as a system

the industrialization advantage of Nokia 5g is gradually highlighted.

although 5g will be commercially available for a while, and the standard has not yet been formed, the selection and development process of key support technologies has begun. Steady Nokia has always had a tradition of technology research and development, which makes Nokia have many advantages in the process of industrialization

for example, Nokia works closely with well-known universities in Europe, the United States and China to provide viable and future oriented 5g technology. In addition, Nokia communications has also carried out a number of 5g related industry projects in Europe, served as the chairman of the 5g-ppp Industry Association, and cooperated with major operators such as China Mobile, Japan NTT DoCoMo, Korea Telecom, SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom to carry out different 5g innovation projects

at the same time, Nokia has carried out 5g innovative cooperation with global telecom operators, including China Mobile, NTTDoCoMo of Japan, Korea Telecom, SK Telecom of Korea, Deutsche Telekom, Verizon of the United States, etc. At the same time, Nokia also carries out joint research with government agencies, industry associations, research institutes, well-known universities (such as New York University and Kaiserslautern University), 5g laboratories (such as 5g Laboratory of Dresden University of Technology), etc

for example, recently, SK Telecom, the largest telecom operator in South Korea, jointly demonstrated the test of centimeter wave technology. In the 5g joint test in South Korea, the two companies used 256 quadrature amplitude modulation (256 QAM), 8x8 multiple input multiple output (8x8 MIMO) transmission and 400MHz bandwidth to achieve a wireless transmission rate of 19.1gbps. Moreover, both sides also showed the potential of 5g to transmit a large amount of data in an instant. For example, in the 5g era, users can download a full HD movie in a few seconds

in addition, Nokia communications will also launch a 5g large-scale broadband solution to provide ultra-high speed network connection for millions of families who are close to optical fiber but have not achieved the last mile connection. The solution can expand the existing optical fiber network by using 5g hot spot coverage with high throughput (such as hot spot coverage on the electric pole near the residence), so as to realize the last mile connection of home users. This initiative ensures a throughput rate of at least 1Gbps per household per day. It is understood that the solution will be tested in 2016, and will be implemented and officially commercialized with large LCD screens in 2017

nowadays, millions of households have not yet achieved ultra-high speed broadband connections, and operators expect to find cost-effective and future oriented alternatives. Nokia communications' large-scale broadband solution can help operators cope with this challenge. The solution uses elements that support 5g technology, which can not only meet current network needs, but also easily upgrade to future standardized 5g through software

operators will be able to provide high-speed broadband experience for thousands of households without connecting all households separately. Peter Merz said that by supporting 5g technology solutions and connecting families with adjacent optical fibers, Nokia communications has taken a solid first step towards achieving full 5g and benefiting families in the field of battery recycling

help operators save investment and realize the smooth transition of 5g

with the advent of 5g era, operators will more consider saving investment to achieve maximum efficiency. How to smoothly transition from 4G to 5g is a key issue

in Peter Merz's view, it depends on the specific frequency band used by 5g. We can deploy with 4G together. By using singleran technology, 5g can be built on 4G

we predict that 2G, 3G and 4G will not disappear completely by 2020. If 5g is to be introduced in 2020, singleran technology needs to be used to ensure a smooth transition of 5g. According to petermerz, the singleran product platform can support both 4G and 5g

however, since the 5g standard has not been completed, the 5g part of singleran is currently in the experimental stage, so we need to wait for the introduction of 5g standard

in fact, as early as last year, Nokia communications introduced the new features of singleran advanced technology, which enables the operation of GSM, HSPA and LTE technologies on shared multi-purpose hardware, overcoming the problems caused by this complexity. Single ran products support the deployment of GSM, WCDMA and LTE

because with the emergence of LTE services and the addition of LTE IP transmission functions to the existing backhaul network, the wireless access network is becoming increasingly complex. Operating three different networks at the same time often increases the risk of errors, raises costs and reduces network performance. Single ran technology can effectively solve these problems

the trial commercial deployment will be advanced to 2018

at present, the 5g commercial schedule in the industry is 2020. I think the deployment of 5g will certainly be earlier than previously expected. The trial commercial deployment will be advanced to 2018, but the formal commercial deployment in most countries should start in 2020, which mainly depends on the standardization of 5g. Peter Merz said

it is understood that Nokia has also developed some 5g products in the United States, and the plan is to conduct a pre 5g trial commercial in 2018. At the same time, 5g trial commercial operation has also been carried out in South Korea. Nokia and South Korean operators hope to apply 5g to the South Korean Olympic Games in advance

frontier technology exploration: tactile interconnection

in fact, the future is difficult to predict, and Nokia is more willing to create the future

there are still many unknown changes in application scenarios. I think there will be some new application scenarios, especially those requiring low latency, and applications that will be available in the next oneortwo years. Nokia is currently exploring with its partners and university research institutions to explore what new applications will need in the future. Peter Merz revealed to, so I think we will not only expand the current user scenarios, but also explore the possibility of more applications for the whole human and industry. For example, in terms of low latency, Nokia is working with universities and partners on haptic connectivity

as for tactile interconnection, it is understood that this is one of the key research projects of 5g laboratory jointly established by Nokia and Dresden University of technology

according to Peter Merz, many experiments and demonstrations are being carried out to further understand the future development and application potential of this technology. As a major participant in the project, Nokia will also have more Industry Dialogues on this topic

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