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Nokia - 2017

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  1. forum rang 4 Erg chebbi 28 april 2017 06:49
    Botergxxl Ik heb gister op 5.29 de helft laten lopen. Koop wel weer terug, want Nokia gaat het richting 5G ombouw van de wereld goed doen.

    Wat te denken van de connected cars die er aan gaan komen. Data data data, dat gaat allemaal door de lucht. Idem VR on demand. Daar gaan ze ook een fixe boterham van meepakken.

    Net als de aankoop van de Lumia's door MS kun je dat aan zien komen. De algemene vraag is alleen; wat doet de wereldpolitiek en..zullen de investeringen in 4G op enig moment stilvallen om te wachten op 5G? Een vacuum zeg maar.
  2. Nielix 29 april 2017 14:16
    quote:

    deelaan schreef op 28 april 2017 09:44:

    ja, heel goed artikel is dat, thank voor het delen.
    Wie zit er hier allemaal nog in en wat gaan jullie doen met je positie in nokia de komende perioden?
    Ik blijf long en ben van plan om meer in te kopen zodra mogelijk. Ik ben eigenaar van een telefoonherstelwinkel en de buzz onder de klanten is gigantisch. Vooral de upgedate 3310 zal het goed doen bij bejaarden, kinderen en mensen uit de bouwsector. We hebben al een lijst met reservaties voor dat toestel omdat we ons ook gaan specialiseren in de verkoop van nieuwe nokia toestellen (tweedehands smartphones verkopen we reeds). De nokia 9 zal het ook goed doen, de trendsetters gaan voor dit duurdere model. HMD zal 500 miljoen euro besteden aan marketing in Europa, iets wat ze met de Lumia niet gedaan hebben met alle gevolgen van dien.
  3. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 10 mei 2017 17:06
    Nieuwe Nokia 3310 vanaf 5 juni te koop in Nederland

    Gepubliceerd: 10 mei 2017 11:55 Laatste update: 10 mei 2017 11:56

    De nieuwe versie van de Nokia 3310, gemaakt door het Finse bedrijf HDM Global, is vanaf 5 juni verkrijgbaar in Nederland.

    Dat maakt het bedrijf woensdagochtend bekend. De losse toestelprijs bedraagt 59,99 euro.

    De Nokia 3310 is een nieuwe uitvoering van de gelijknamige telefoon van Nokia die in 2000 op de markt verscheen. Het gaat niet om heruitgave van dit klassieke model.

    De nieuwe 3310 biedt een kleurenscherm van 2,4 inch met een resolutie van 320 bij 240 pixels. Het apparaat zou op één acculading een maand standby kunnen staan en gebruikers zouden er 22 uur mee kunnen bellen voordat de telefoon aan de lader moet.

    Het toestel ondersteunt geen verbinding via 3G of 4G, enkel via 2G. Verder heeft de telefoon een camera van twee megapixels en wordt standaard een gemoderniseerde versie van het klassieke spel Snake meegeleverd.

    De Nokia 3310 is beschikbaar in vier kleuren: rood, geel, donkerblauw of grijs.
  4. StuYa 16 mei 2017 17:36
    Nokia breidt strijd tegen Apple omtrent patentinbreuk uit
    Gepubliceerd op 22 dec 2016 om 17:50 |
    (ABM FN-Dow Jones) Nokia klaagt Apple in elf landen aan voor patentinbreuk. Dit meldde de Finse maker van telecomapparatuur donderdag.

    In totaal lopen er 40 octrooigeschillen tegen Apple. Apple zou technologieën gebruiken op het gebied van onder andere gebruikersomgeving, software, display, chips en videocodering, waarop Nokia het patent heeft.

    Woensdag kondigde Nokia aan rechtszaken aan te spannen in de Duitse steden Düsseldorf, Mannheim en München en in Amerika bij een Texaanse rechtbank. Daar zijn nu onder meer aanklachten bij rechtbanken in Londen, Helsinki, Barcelona, Den Haag, Parijs, Hongkong en Tokio bijgekomen.

    - See more at: www.beursduivel.be/Beursnieuws/157570...
  5. StuYa 16 mei 2017 19:41
    PDATE 1-Finnish GDP up more than expected in Q1
    08:56 (16/05) - Bron: RTRS

    (Adds economist quote, background)
    By Jussi Rosendahl and Tuomas Forsell
    HELSINKI, May 16 (Reuters) - Finland's gross domestic
    product (GDP) rose 1.6 percent in the first quarter from the
    previous quarter, data showed on Tuesday, indicating the euro
    zone member was recovering from a decade-long stagnation faster
    than expected.
    Finnish economic output is still below levels prior to the
    financial crisis of 2008 as exports have been hit by a string of
    problems including the decline of Nokia's NOKIA.HE former
    phone business, rigid labour markets and a recession in
    neighbouring Russia.
    A flash estimate by Statistic Finland showed first-quarter
    GDP was up 1.6 percent from the previous quarter and 2.8 percent
    higher than the previous year.
    "These are very strong figures, above all forecasts ... One
    can assume that the economy will grow around 2 percent this
    year, which is the best pace in years for Finland, and above the
    euro zone average," said economist Juhana Brotherus from Hypo
    Bank.
    Economists noted, however, that growth in March cooled down
    from January and February where figures were boosted by a peak
    in construction revenue, a one-off ship delivery and an
    exceptionally weak comparison period in exports.
    "The economy may grow fast momentarily, but in longer term,
    there are no prerequisites for growth of 3 percent with the
    ageing population, low productivity and global economic
    landscape," Brotherus said.
    So far, latest official growth forecasts by banks and the
    government vary from 1.2 to 1.8 percent for 2017 and from 1.0 to
    2.0 percent for 2018.

    ((jussi.rosendahl@thomsonreuters.com; +358 9 6805 0248; Reuters
    Messaging: jussi.rosendahl.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
  6. StuYa 16 mei 2017 19:42
    Nokia enhances emergency service response times and situational awareness with ViTrust critical communications portfolio
    06:00 (16/05) - Bron: ONE

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    Press Release
    * Portable Nokia Ultra Compact Network simplifies operation of broadband
    services for first responders and other users during emergencies and network
    outages
    * Integrated Operations Center enhances situational awareness and command
    center decision-making by aggregating data sources in use by emergency
    services
    16 May 2017

    Critical Communications World 2017, Hong Kong - Nokia is expanding its ViTrust
    portfolio of end-to-end solutions for critical communications with the
    introduction of a new Ultra Compact Network - the LTE network that can be
    deployed in places where network connectivity has been lost - and the launch
    of the Integrated Operations Center, a solution which aggregates data streams
    used by emergency services in the field.

    These additions to Nokia's ViTrust critical communications portfolio will
    enable government and local mission-critical agencies to quickly establish and
    maintain communications using new high-bandwidth push-to-video and other data
    and voice services in emergency situations. This will allow first responders
    and command center teams to enhance situational awareness, streamline
    operations and save crucial time in their mission to save lives.

    The new Ultra Compact Network hosts Nokia Group Communications
    (https://networks.nokia.com/solutions/group-communications) application
    services including push-to-video, and can also host customer-specific
    applications such as video analytics and geolocalization. The portable
    LTE-based Ultra Compact Network incorporates carrier-grade Nokia Flexi Zone
    small cell (https://networks.nokia.com/products/flexi-zone) radio and
    integrated core technology. A network serving up to 400 users can be set up in
    minutes, even in the most extreme conditions where there is no existing
    coverage or coverage has been lost. An easy-to use, integrated graphical user
    interface simplifies set-up and configuration, and enables standalone
    operations with no need for an additional laptop. Nokia will make the Ultra
    Compact Network available in different versions, including a backpack-based
    portable model, vehicle-mounted and rack-mounted fixed installation versions,
    so it can be deployed to meet the needs of a variety of situations.

    The Nokia Integrated Operations Center (IOC) will allow critical
    communications agencies to transform operations at the command center. The
    service quickly and easily aggregates data feeds from a multitude of sources
    and vendors' systems in an emergency situation, including high-bandwidth
    video, data from first responders, information sourced from alarm systems,
    CCTV, legacy application data and even social media. Pre-integrated tools
    analyze the feeds and alert teams to need-to-know information, triggering
    automated workflows defined by the agency and Nokia experts. Customized
    dashboards present this information in the most appropriate way to help reduce
    response time and enhance cooperation between multiple agencies.

    In one potential scenario, backhaul connectivity can be established linking
    the Nokia Ultra Compact Network to the Integrated Operations Center. This will
    enable first responder teams in remote regions to connect to a command center
    and dynamically share their data feeds to enhance decision-making.

    Emil Olbrich, Vice President, Signals Research Group, said: "The business and
    mission critical communications market is a very interesting area with
    significant growth potential. With the first standards compliant mission
    critical push to talk system that includes applications, device and
    infrastructure, Nokia has set themselves ahead of everyone. Whether it is a
    smart city initiative or public safety the key strength for Nokia is the
    ability to provide a holistic approach with an end-to-end portfolio that
    includes network technologies, industry-specific devices, applications and
    services. The breadth of this portfolio combined with years of expertise
    gained from working with commercial operators places Nokia in a great position
    to support critical communications customers as they enter the era of
    broadband services."

    Thorsten Robrecht, head of the Advanced Mobile Solutions business unit within
    Nokia said: "With the Ultra Compact Network we have placed considerable focus
    on what the end-user needs. We have combined an industry-specific design with
    our strong expertise in radio and core technology, including our Flexi Zone
    family, for a wide range of frequency bands. This flexibility continues at the
    command center where the Integrated Operations Center combines multiple
    application and system data, analytics and visualization to enhance situation
    management for public safety agencies."
  7. StuYa 16 mei 2017 19:43
    Nokia and KDDI trial 5G with AirScale radio for wireless ultra-broadband in megacities
    07:01 (12/05) - Bron: GNW

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    Nokia Press Release
    * First in a series of 5G collaborations between Nokia and KDDI, shows
    potential of 5G to deliver high-bandwidth data services like Ultra HD video in
    urban environments
    * Trial achieved speeds of more than 1Gbps over 5G with Nokia AirScale radio
    access on the 28GHz band to neighboring apartment
    May 12, 2017

    Tokyo, Japan - Nokia and leading Japanese operator KDDI have conducted a
    country-first trial simulating future 5G network demands, providing
    high-speed, one gigabit-per-second connectivity inside an apartment block
    using Nokia radio technology on the 28GHz band.

    The trial, conducted between the KDDI Research Building and an apartment
    approximately 100 meters away, achieved speeds in excess of 1Gbps on the 28GHz
    band, demonstrating how 5G technology can be used inside apartment blocks to
    meet demand for wireless ultra-broadband in megacities such as Tokyo, the most
    densely populated metropolitan area in the world.

    The trial took place in Fujimino City of Saitama Prefecture and marks the
    first in a series of 5G collaborations between Nokia and KDDI following the
    signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) last year to develop
    technologies for a new, faster generation of wireless communications.

    Akira Matsunaga, Senior Director, Mobile Network Technical Development, KDDI,
    said: "The speeds achieved in this trial show great potential for us to
    deliver high-quality services. Working with Nokia, we want to develop the use
    of technologies that deliver on the promise of 5G to meet our subscribers
    needs."

    Jae Won, head of Nokia Japan, added: "This trial is an important milestone
    both in our collaboration with KDDI and in our development of technology to
    meet the ever-growing demands of the large populations of megacities. 5G
    promises to deliver the ultra-low latency, capacity and high speeds for these
    types of deployment, and this trial is a great example of how it can be
    applied to transform the entertainment experience as one of the many use cases
    5G has to offer."

    About the technology
    * Nokia AirScale Base Station, part of Nokia's 5G FIRST end-to-end solution,
    provided coverage and connectivity to the apartment block
    * Nokia AirFrame offered a commercial platform to enable cloud RAN and allow
    the transmission of streaming data
  8. StuYa 23 mei 2017 19:46
    BREAKINGVIEWS-Nokia-Apple spat lays bare tech law of the jungle
    18:27 (23/05) - Bron: RTRS

    (The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions
    expressed are his own.)
    By Liam Proud
    LONDON, May 23 (Reuters Breakingviews) - For an insight into
    the tech sector's law of the jungle, look at the agreement
    between Apple and Nokia NOKIA.HE . The two groups
    settled a patent dispute on Tuesday with a deal in which the
    U.S. giant will buy network kit from its Finnish peer, and sell
    Nokia products in its Apple stores. Patent wars may appear be
    about legal rights and wrongs, but combatants will often settle
    for just a slightly bigger slice of the pie.
    Both sides took legal action around the time a licensing
    agreement expired last year. Nokia accused Apple of violating
    technology patents, while Apple complained it was being
    overcharged. Neither side said what patents were at issue.
    Still, both sides seem to have conceded something. As well as
    settling their litigation, a new "business collaboration
    agreement" will see Nokia provide network and infrastructure
    products and services to Apple. Meanwhile, Apple will again
    stock Nokia's digital health products online and in its stores.
    Who gave more? The real question might be who had more to
    lose. Credit Suisse analysts estimate Nokia could see 200
    million euros of ongoing annual royalties from Apple. Yet
    Nokia's market capitalisation rose more than 2 billion euros
    after the truce was announced - around three times more than the
    value of that revenue, when taxed, capitalised and put on the
    same 47 percent operating margin as Nokia's technology division.
    That suggests investors attach value to the rest of the
    settlement, and the fact Nokia has dodged potential legal fees.
    More importantly, the deal makes clear that the spat was
    never just about intellectual property law. Apple made $53
    billion of revenue last quarter, relying on myriad patents for
    top sellers including the iPhone and iPad. Patent owners are
    involved in a constant tug of war with the tech giant for a
    bigger slice of its top line. Nokia, which has invested more
    than 115 billion euros on research and development over the last
    20 years, wanted a bigger share of the value chain. It looks to
    have partly succeeded.
  9. StuYa 24 mei 2017 13:56
    Nokia begins first key tests on 4.5GHz band with DOCOMO to develop 5G ecosystem in Japan
    06:00 (24/05) - Bron: GNW

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    Press Release
    * Nokia works with NTT DOCOMO to test applications using 5G base station and
    the Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform end-user device
    * Demonstrates potential of Nokia 5G FIRST to deliver enhanced broadband at
    vastly greater scale
    * Showcase at 5G Tokyo Bay Summit 2017 signals start of 5G trials in the Tokyo
    area
    24 May 2017

    Tokyo, Japan - Nokia is to develop the 5G ecosystem with leading Japanese
    operator NTT DOCOMO, INC. in Japan to prepare for the upcoming introduction of
    the next generation wireless network. The collaboration - which uses the
    Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform - will commence with the key interoperability
    testing of multi-vendor technology using the 4.5GHz frequency band.

    5G will deliver high speeds and low latency in support of a new generation of
    broadband applications, meeting new requirements for connecting people and
    devices, especially in megacities such as Tokyo. Nokia will conduct trials of
    5G technology with DOCOMO in the Tokyo metropolitan area throughout 2017, with
    particular focus on busy tourist, shopping and business locations as well as
    at key public events hosted by the operator.

    The tests will use the Nokia 5G FIRST solution, incorporating the Nokia
    AirScale base station transmitting over a 5G radio interface to the Intel® 5G
    Mobile Trial Platform. The companies will test end-to-end applications over
    the air between the base station and the device on the 4.5GHz frequency band,
    which is one of the candidate bands for 5G in Japan. The Nokia 5G FIRST
    solution is based on early-adopters radio specifications that define a common
    interface to allow equipment from multiple vendors to connect over a 5G radio
    network.

    Nokia is working with industry leaders around the globe to deliver a 5G
    infrastructure that will meet the massive broadband needs of a variety of
    industries and applications.

    Seizo Onoe, Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Member of
    the Board of Directors of NTT DOCOMO, said: "This is a vital first step to
    allow us to ensure that we have the 5G network infrastructure available for
    when we commercially introduce the technology, with an ecosystem of device
    vendors to offer our subscribers the best possible choice and highest
    quality."

    Asha Keddy, vice president and general manager of Next Generation and
    Standards in the Communication and Devices Group at Intel, said: "Intel
    believes key collaborations such as this one driving ecosystem partner trials
    and early deployments are critical to building successful 5G technologies and
    accelerating the vast benefits they will bring to users. We are excited to be
    part of this interoperability testing in Japan using the 4.5GHz radio spectrum
    as part of the 5G end-to-end solution."

    Jae Won, head of Nokia Japan, added: "This trial is an important milestone for
    the development of 5G in Japan, which will be one of the first countries in
    the world to adopt the technology. Furthermore, the initiative is an important
    step forward in our collaboration with NTT DOCOMO, as well as other key
    technology partners, as we develop a technology that will meet the
    ever-growing demands of huge numbers of people living in megacities."

    A demonstration of the end-to-end tests supporting low-latency 4K video
    streaming and other 5G applications will be given at the Nokia booth at 5G
    Tokyo Bay Summit 2017.

    About the technology
    * Nokia AirScale Active Antenna using Massive MIMO technology with digital
    beamforming to provide enhanced cell range, maximized performance at the cell
    edge and increased spectral efficiency
    * Nokia 5G FIRST using early-adopters radio specifications to support
    multi-vendor end user devices over the 5G radio interface and incorporating
    the Nokia AirScale base station and Nokia AirFrame data center technology
    * Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform end-user device based on early-adopters
    specifications to support over the air connectivity to the Nokia AirScale base
    station.
    Resources
    * Web Page: Nokia AirScale Radio Access
    (https://networks.nokia.com/products/airscale-radio-access)
    * Web Page: Nokia AirFrame Data Center Solution
    (https://networks.nokia.com/solutions/airframe-data-center-solution)
    * Web Page: 5G - Creating a new era of communication
    (https://networks.nokia.com/innovation/5g)
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