To meet the increasing mobile data demand in the country, Vodafone India on Thursday announced it will deploy Nokia’s field-proven cloud packet core to cost-effectively provide faster mobile broadband. Also Read - Nokia Power Earbuds and Nokia Portable Wireless Speaker launched: Price, features
The Nokia Cloud Packet Core, supported by Nokia CloudBand software, will meet the mobile data demands of 7.8 million subscribers in Bengaluru. Also Read - Nokia 3.4, Nokia 2.4 launched: Price, full specifications, and sale details
The deployment will enhance the scale and agility of Vodafone India’s network to ensure the timely launch of new services, the company said in a statement. Also Read - Nokia 3.4 budget smartphones gets certified by FCC, hints at triple rear cameras
“Collaborating with Nokia will also support us in providing a more reliable and superior network experience to our customers,” said Vishant Vora, Director Technology, Vodafone India.
A cloud packet core is essential for service providers to connect to a higher number and variety of devices and to deliver a wider range of services across different access technologies.
Nokia’s technology leverages all the benefits of a cloud packet core architecture for maximizing resource utilization and rapidly deploying services when and where needed.
“Our technology also enables Vodafone to deliver the best-in-class mobile broadband experience to the customer and lives up to our joint social responsibility to reduce carbon emissions,” added Samar Mittal, account director at Nokia India.