Nokia enables global connected services that are scalable across any mix of technology platforms and networks. Nokia is a world-leading provider of connectivity solutions to enterprises, telco operators, and government organisations globally.
They capped their 150th anniversary in 2015 by completing the acquisition of Alcatel Lucent, creating a business with combined revenues of €30bn and appointing Nuvias as the first pan-EMEA Nokia distributor.
These world-class technologies are carrier/telco grade and scalable to meet the most demanding XLE environments, whilst offering partners limitless scope to add value and wrap services for implementation, integration, management, and support across multiple products.
Nokia and the Future
Nokia is one of the few vendors to enable global connected services that are scalable across any mix of technology platforms and networks. Blending an increasingly diverse mix of technologies, they create efficient, smart, and agile networks, and enable new types of connected services that are automated, secured, and managed through the cloud.
A range of wider solutions are available covering every aspect of application and data networking technology:
- Analytics and reporting
- Business Support Systems (BSS)
- Cloud and data centers
- Communications and collaboration
- Content and video delivery
- Customer experience management
- Fixed networks
- IP networking
- Mobile broadband
- Operations Support System (OSS)
- Optical networking
- Routers and switches
- Subscriber data management
- Wireless access
With the promise of 5G, the cloud, and the Internet of Things (IoT), Nokia is uniquely positioned to help communication service providers, governments, and large enterprises capitalise on the opportunity through its highly scalable carrier/telco-grade solutions.
IP and Optical Integrated Networking
Infrastructure and software to build dependable, flexible networks, bringing together Internet Protocol (IP) Routing, Optical Transport, and IP Video, with the software and services to manage them.
Software-defined Networking (SDN) management for partners who provide public/private/hybrid cloud-based SDN as a service from data centres across the WAN, to branch office for enterprise and XLE size customers.
Massively scalable management software for domain name system (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and IP address management (IPAM).
Network and application performance management software suitable for partners who aim to provide a multi-tenanted, performance management service across heterogeneous vendor environments to enterprise and XLE size customers.
Passive Optical LAN
Fibre-based LAN connectivity infrastructure for buildings and campuses. A high speed, reliable, and cost-effective alternative to Ethernet LAN providing clear OPEX and CAPEX savings from install stage through production use well into the future.