- Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is up 3.8% premarket after landing a 5G deal with T-Mobile and earning selection for a U.S. federal cybersecurity project.
- T-Mobile will use Nokia's AirScale Radio platform as part of deploying an Ultra Capacity 5G layer, using 2.5 GHz Massive MIMO technology, in a five-year multibillion-dollar deal.
- That's a move to further expand T-Mobile's extended-range 5G coverage.
- Nokia also won selection for the U.S. National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence 5G Cybersecurity Project.
- The group is working together to ensure the transition from 4G networks to 5G is secure.
- It will identify a number of 5G use cases and "demonstrate how the components of the 5G architecture can provide security capabilities to mitigate identified risks and meet industry sectors’ compliance requirements."
- Nokia solutions that will be deployed for the project include its software, 5G RAN and core solutions and IP Backhaul, as well as innovations from Nokia Bell Labs.
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