Nokia eyeing 2019 for launch of AI-powered 5G Digital Design tool
LONDON—5G is many things, chief among them complex and expensive to deploy. As operators evolve network infrastructure from LTE and, over time, to robust 5G, how do they chart a course that balances capital expenditures with return on investment? Artificial intelligence can play a key role, according to Nokia.
Today at 5G World, ongoing at the ExCel London exhibition complex, the company announced add-ons to its 5G Acceleration Services suite, specifically digital design, cross-domain architecture and site evolution services, which will likely hit the market next year.