Rabindra Dhungel, 17 september 2020 The US company Dis Network has signed an agreement with the Finnish company Nokia to remove the confusion in the field of Five G technology along with the US ban on Huawei. Satellite TV provider Dis Network, which is in the race to build the Five G network in the United States by 2023, has entered into an agreement with Nokia, a Finnish company, to produce the core software of the Five G technology.
DIS Network has chosen new telecom companies to build its Five G network and has used open radio access network technology. The technology uses software to operate network operations in the cloud, which reduces the use of physical devices. Dis Network’s agreement with Nokia will be its first with an established telecom equipment maker.
Earlier, Dis Company has signed agreements with various companies including Fujitsu, Navidia, Altiosar Mavenir for the construction of the new network. As per the agreement between Dis Network and Nokia, Nokia will provide services to Dis Network including subscriber data management, device management and integration services.
Nokia and Ericsson have been taking advantage of the Five G network in the US since Huawei was banned in the US. Similarly, the South Korean company Samsung has also started increasing its presence in the field of construction of American Five G network.