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FutureX for Industries and edge cloud systems: Nokia grows its enterprise toolkit

Nokia deals like the one with BMW are indicative of its strategy to restart growth in its revenue in two ways – by reaching out to industrial customers, with or without the help of MNOs; and by developing all the elements of a 5G-driven and cloud-based platform for the enterprise markets, from chips to software to services. Its ‘Future X for Industries’ architecture, unveiled earlier this month, is part of the attempt to be an end-to-end and top-to-bottom supplier in several key verticals, beyond the telecoms one itself. Houman Modarres, director of enterprise marketing, said the new architecture was designed to accelerate Nokia’s recent efforts to grow its enterprise business, building on an architecture developed at its Bell Labs R&D…

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