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Nokia has entered into an agreement with ClearWorld to offer the latter's smart poles to U.S. military installations and cities. ClearWorld seeks to enable utility operating and maintenance savings through the use of its solar-wrapped poles, which are designed to operate as backup power sources and maintain network connectivity amid natural disasters and outages, Nokia said Tuesday.

Harris Corp. and Nokia Networks have introduced a long-term evolution coverage service offering in an effort to help public safety customers transmit data and videos. The ruggedized LTE coverage tool features fuel cell powering options, field antennas and backhaul services such as Wi-Fi, microwave and satellite, Nokia Networks said Monday. Bob Fennelly, head of government […] More
Some industry analysts have weighed in on Microsoft's planned acquisition of Nokia‘s handset business and its effects on the federal mobility market, FCW reported Thursday. Adam Mazmanian writes the $7.2 billion acquisition could help the software company extend its reach in the federal market for tablets and mobile phones. Tom Suder, president of Mobilegov, told FCW the […] More
Nokia will purchase half of Siemens AG's shares in the companies’ joint venture under a definitive contract expected to be finalized by the third quarter of this year. Nokia will take full ownership of Finland-based Nokia Siemens Networks and intends establish an independent unit with a new trademark to be planned towards the end of […] More
Intel and Nokia Siemens Networks will work together to create an ecosystem intended to help mobile operators explore new business models with the goal of improving the broadband user experience. The companies signed a memorandum of understanding for the partnership and also will further develop a Nokia Siemens platform that aims to help providers deliver […] More
Accenture and Nokia have jointly announced today an agreement for Nokia to outsource Symbian software development and support activities to Accenture. The firm will provide Symbian-based software development and support services to Nokia until 2016. The firm will also become the preferred supplier for Nokia in its transition to the Windows Phone. “The addition of […] More
Nokia has suspended its developer forum website after it discovered a recent attack that resulted in members’ data being compromised. The database tapped by hackers included  member e-mail addresses and, in some cases, personally identifiable information such as birthdates, homepage URLs and screen names from messaging services such as AIM, Skype and Yahoo. Before the […] More
Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) announced its complete public safety LTE solution is now operational within the 700 MHz Public Safety Broadband Demonstration Network.  Harris has partnered with Nokia Siemens Networks to provide 700 MHz LTE network infrastructure to the National Institute of Standards and Technology testing lab in Boulder, Colo. The complete Harris 700 MHz […] More
Nokia Siemens is being sued by a journalist imprisoned without trial in Iran since June 2009 for allegedly providing the Iranian government with surveillance equipment used to capture him. Following the apparently fraudulent 2009 presidential elections, Isa Saharkhiz went into hiding after publishing an article calling the Grand Ayatollah a hypocrite, responsible for the fraudulent […] More
BridgeComm aims to show U.S. government customers how the company’s point-to-point technology can facilitate optical wireless communications for data transfer at a speed of 100 gigabits per second within a 2-kilometer distance. Denver-based BridgeComm said Thursday it intends to present the high-speed OWC approach using Nokia‘s networking hardware and services as part of a partnership […] More

A Cubic company has received a three-year contract worth approximately $10 million to help the Department of Defense develop a lightweight and compact dual-band transceiver for military 5G networks. Cubic Nuvotronics, which falls under the mission and performance solutions segment, secured the award through the National Spectrum Consortium and will build a  low size, weight and power 5G wireless network communications transceiver to support the DOD's “5G to Next G“ effort, Cubic said Wednesday.

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