Nokia has declared that it has digitalised 100% of its 5G network deployments around the world for faster time to market and ROI. By bringing high-quality, agility and transparency to customers globally. Nokia is clarifying the arrangement of the network infrastructure, accelerating both time-to-market and return on the 5G investment(ROI) for operators through the use of digitalization, machine learning and automation.
Nokia is simplifying the deployment of the network infrastructure, accelerating both time-to-market and return on the 5G investment (ROI) for operators through the use of digitalization, machine learning and automation.
Traditional network deployments depend on the integration of both paper-based and digital documentation that can frequently lead to errors and inefficiencies. Nokia is permitting network rollouts to be carried out rapidly and cost-effectively, matching the agility demands from customers and assisting them to bring new services to market faster. By this, it leads to 30% reductions in site visits, as well as 30% improvements in installation quality, 30% back-office transactions and 25% cycle times.
Nokia is allowing a simpler, faster, more efficient and higher-quality delivery of services by completely digitalising its 5G network deployments. It’s industry-first digital deployment services have assisted over 100 customers around the world by conducting transparency to every phase of a project.
The digital deployment offering permits CSPs to simply and thoroughly manage their assets by providing a digital database of network assets that can be used to access sites remotely and virtually, which makes it much easier to upgrade and expand their estate and also it makes deployments more sustainable.
The basic digital deployment services include:
- Drone-led site surveys to make sure that site builds are accomplished ‘first time right’ with material inventory down to a one-inch accuracy
- Site digital database is for faster technology evolution and upgrades as sites can gain access remotely and CSPs can get a 360 virtual view
- Workflow orchestration to position the right team, with the right equipment, at the right time and at the right place
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning-powered tools to recognize defects in real-time through automated analysis.
- Real-time project dashboards for significant transparency and project management effectiveness
The digital deployments of Nokia are always evolving to take advantage of the power of AI-based innovations. Powerful machine learning-based algorithms are used for intelligent defect-recognition to identify defects in real-time through automated analyses of pre/post-implementation pictures or video content. The system will also provide feedback quickly on space without the need for a site visit.
Sanjay Goel, president of global services, Nokia, stated that nowadays many operators are confused about how their next-gen 5G networks are designed, built and managed. To capture the full potential of 5G the adoption of automation, AI and the digitalisation of assets are vital steps in a CSP’s digital transformation journey. They are very proud to be the first who have reached this milestone of 100% digital deployments, by those customers around the world can benefit from a faster, more sustainable and higher quality network deployment process.