Nokia Networks offer compact LTE network into a box

Product can serve as small network for major industrial sites, says the company
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Nokia Networks has launched a compact LTE network in a box with macro site capacity and coverage to provide real-time communication services. Nokia Network in a box can serve as a dedicated small network for major industrial sites, as the company states.

“It also enables vital public safety communications to be implemented at emergency scenes where wide area network coverage is not available. In addition, mobile operators can use the miniature LTE network to bring high-bandwidth connectivity to rural and remote areas,” said Nokia Networks.

Deepak Harie, vice president of systems integration services at Nokia Networks, said: "We've combined our award-winning Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station with integrated core network software to build a very compact Network in a box. It allows for easy implementation of a dedicated stand-alone LTE network in next to no time. Nokia Network in a box can be used in multiple ways - to provide network connectivity in remote areas, as a stand-alone communications network for enterprises like oil rigs and to support public safety communications."

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