In 2018, Nokia and T-Mobile signed a 5G framework agreement worth 1 billion euros(~$3.5 billion dollars), which caused a stir; you know, we’ve even forgotten that Nokia, a former mobile predator, is now rising again, and it’s really breathtaking.
In fact, in addition to its mobile phone business, Nokia, is still one of the four major communications companies today (Huawei, ZTE, Nokia, Ericsson) in the globe.
Recently, Nokia said it has signed 30 5G commercial contracts with 16 communications operators in 30 different countries and regions around the world, a number that is roughly the same as Huawei. Nokia’s impact on Huawei is small and even directly affects Huawei’s 5G presence around the world.
So, will Nokia really affect Huawei? In fact, Nokia really does not necessarily affect Huawei, we know that Huawei in the world’s 5G technology leadership, in the test, to lead the international enterprises for more than 12-18 months.
Let’s look at some of the data:
- In Italy, Huawei 5G test rate is 2.7Gbps.
- In India, Huawei 5G test rate is 3Gbps.
- In UK, Huawei and UK operators test rates of 2Gbps.
- In Japan, Japanese and Huawei test rates are 4.52Gps.
The test speed of Nokia and UK operators have a testing speed of 700Mbps.
Ren Zhengfei said: “Huawei 5G and Microwave are the best in the world, this sentence is not just to say. That’s why, in many markets around the world, Huawei has received a lot of orders, although because of the United States and other countries to banned Huawei’s progress in 5G, it cannot prevent Huawei from making progress in 5G, and many countries, such as Japan, France, etc, have begun to seek to continue to cooperate with Huawei.
In fact, although Nokia can put pressure on Huawei, Huawei’s own technological advantages will give it a certain advantage in its competition with Nokia.