Nokia Can Emerge a Key Player in the 5G Regime with 2,000 Patents in Its Favor

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Nokia Bell Labs is involved in and research and development in the communications arena. The company has now made an official announcement that it owns 2,000 patents in the 5G regime alone. This could make the Finnish company a force to reckon as the 5G service expands globally. There are technologies involved at multiple levels in the superfast mobile service and any service provider will seek to install these technologies in order to ensure the network’s customers get the best experience on them.

Two Critical Patents with Nokia

The company has referred to two specific patents that it has obtained, one from the US authorities and the other from Europe. The patents are identified by the patent numbers US9,338,785B2 and EP2848055B1 respectively. There are generic descriptions associated with the technologies covered by these two patents. In the statement put out by Nokia, these are described as “network resources for smartphones, industrial devices and other equipment to access services with shorter latency, increased reliability, and higher throughput”.

Nokia Patent

The company has referred to two specific patents that it has obtained, one from the US authorities and the other from Europe. The patents are identified by the patent numbers US9,338,785B2 and EP2848055B1 respectively. There are generic descriptions associated with the technologies covered by these two patents.

Standardization as per 3GPP Carried Out

Nokia’s statement also clarifies that after obtaining the patents and developing the prototypes the company has managed to have them standardized in line with norms set by 3GPP, a nodal authority that has developed the standards for 5G service. The import of this statement is that Nokia is fully geared to meet the requirements of all players in the 5G field, with their patented technologies. Nokia has been leading the line with over 2,700 patents identified by the letter G across different generations of telecommunications.

Nokia would have issued this statement revealing its patent details in public with an objective of warning other operators from entering the 5G space. With the two major markets of the US and Europe covered, Nokia may be set to dominate this new telecommunication technology. The service is currently available in a limited number of countries. The devices launched so far are also beyond the reach of the masses. It is priced at levels which only a limited section of the population can afford.

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