Nokia Smart Node portfolio leverages Qualcomm® 5G RAN platform

October 16, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Nokia Smart Node portfolio leverages Qualcomm® 5G RAN platform
Innovative and low-cost small cells from Nokia extend 5G coverage and add capacity to indoor residential and small enterprise networks with poor penetration.

Nokia has announced that its Smart Node portfolio of All-in-One base stations for 5G indoor use will be based on chipsets from powered by Qualcomm Technologies Inc. The product, which leverages the Qualcomm 5G RAN platform for small cells, is designed to deliver ubiquitous indoor 5G coverage for residential and enterprise networks. The latest 5G Smart Node complements Nokia’s portfolio of 5G small cells such as the AirScale Micro Remote Radio Head and AirScale Indoor Radio, which are commercially deployed by many operator networks globally to boost 5G capacity and coverage. It is expected to be available from Q1 2021.

Nokia is working with Qualcomm Technologies to bring one-of-a-kind 5G RAN technology into Nokia’s Smart Node portfolio, delivering 5G in a compact, cost-effective plug-and-play package for smaller indoor network use-cases. This will enable 5G deployment at a significantly lower price point and smaller form factor, lowering the barriers to entry into the 5G-powered world.

Nokia 5G Smart Node, based on the Qualcomm 5G RAN platform, is a low-power, flexible mount product that enables operators to address 5G network densification and indoor coverage requirements. Easy and quick to install, 5G Smart Nodes are a cost-effective way to extend the availability of 5G across multiple locations and provide a compelling option for in-home, small office and enterprise coverage.

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