At held in London Nokia World conference 5G is the first company in the world has demonstrated 5G network operating on commercial platforms.

Soon we can expect the Internet 40 times faster than LTE. Now, Nokia presents further innovations. After the release of the industry's first ready-to-use network 5G technology AirScale Radio Access, which took place in February, Nokia announced AirScale using Cloud technology Packet Core, running on a platform of data center AirFrame Nokia, which is the base architecture of commercial 5G networks. Through the presentation of products and technologies and programming sessions Nokia explains how to accelerate the development and standardization of 5G, along with providing operators with technological tools to enable them to prepare and use the full potential of their networks. It is expected that 2020 will be launched all services 5G, allowing unprecedented levels of coverage and capacity and increase speed, improve energy efficiency and reduce latency. According to estimates by Bell Labs Consulting Network 5G ensure universal access approx. 46 billion connected devices, satisfying of the needs of users and applications in both augmented reality and virtual, in application areas such as autonomous vehicles, industrial automation and remote robots, smart cities and personal health care. Nokia Bell Labs presented a new concept of Network Slicing, which will create and automatically map the possibilities of network layers – radio broadcasting, transport, and skeletal, and applications, to put them in the form of discrete "patches" network. Through the use of cloud orchestration, new services can be immediately prepared and launched to meet the specific and varied needs of each user and applications, such as support for low-latency allowing for full control of machinery in the factory, or extremely fast broadband for businesses and households. Recent advances Nokia underline the importance of increased research and development efforts centered around 5G, and the range of possibilities R & D department employs more than 40 000 scientists and engineers around the world. Source: press release