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Nokia claims one-year payback for 5G venues, four years for fixed wireless

Nokia has published a set of claims, based on its own lab research and trials, which claims to offer “key new insight into the benefits and business opportunities enabled by 5G”, including four-year break-even for 5G-to-the-home deployments and a 40fold increase in capacity compared to 4G. Of course, Nokia’s findings on ROI, business models and network impact are designed to advertise its own services to help operators work out their 5G game plans. “In these studies we have delivered 5G,” said Harold Graham, head of the 5G business lines, rather ambitiously. “With our 5G FIRST end-to-end technology platform and 5G Acceleration Services, we have a comprehensive offer that we can leverage to help operators and enterprises understand the real value of 5G in…

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