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Innovation: Nokia to Supply T-Mobile US First 5G Network Gear

On Monday, Nokia and T-Mobile US agreed in a $3.5 billion deal for the next-generation 5G network gears. This was globally the largest 5G deal and existing proof of a new wireless upgrade.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile is the third mobile carrier in the US. In creating a more challenging competition against rivals, T-Mobile agreed to have a merger with Sprint in April. Moreover, T-Mobile said that Nokia’s multiyear deal will provide 5G services nationwide.

The T-Mobile award is critical to Nokia. This is due to its 4G network’s years of slowing demand and escalating doubts of investors with the 5G contracts. Investors are doubtful about the 5G contract’s probability to boost profitability at the end of the year.

Further, the 5G network assured to deliver faster speeds for mobile users. It also aims to make more responsive and reliable networks for new industrial automation, medical monitoring driverless cars, and others.

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However, the many telecom operators around the world have been cautious about the capability of 5G networks. They see the 5G technology as a way to provide gradual capacity increases rather than new features.

Nokia calls the terms of the deal with the supply of 5G hardware, software, and services to T-Mobile. This will allow the T-Mobile to profit from authorized airwave to deliver. The 5G network has a wide coverage on 600 megahertz spectrum and ultra-high-speed capacity on 28 gigahertz airwaves. Moreover, both of the companies said that the 5G can reach tightly trafficked urban areas.

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Elsewhere, Nokia will supply T-Mobile’s AirScale radio access platform. This is also along with the connected hardware, services on software and acceleration services. Meanwhile, China’s Huawei, Nokia, and Sweden’s Ericsson are the three leading players of T-Mobile. They struggled with the weakening growth from the 2015 peak of the present generation of 4G mobile equipment.

Innovation: Starbucks, Alibaba to join forces on delivery, media reports say

INNOVATION – Starbucks Corp and China’s Alibaba, an e-commerce company, are set to become partners in coffee delivery. This was according to media reports. This happened as Starbucks seeks to rebound from the sales decline in the China market.

This news came after when former Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz suggested the possibility of a tie-up with Alibaba. Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that there would be a formal announcement of the deal within this week. The quarterly sales of Starbucks went down to 2% from a 7% growth last year.

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