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Nokia introduces high-capacity 5G chipsets

They can be inserted into its existing AirScale family of 4G and 5G-ready network gear and will triple capacity from 28 gigabits a second to 84 gigabits a second

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Frankfurt: Nokia is introducing new silicon chipsets — the building blocks of its next-generation 5G network gear — that promise big increases in the data-handling capacity for mobile towers in densely trafficked urban areas or high-rise buildings.

Finland’s Nokia, the world’s No 2 maker of mobile network gear behind China’s Huawei, said on Monday the chipsets are set to ship in volume in the third quarter and can be inserted into its existing AirScale family of 4G and 5G-ready network gear.

Dubbed ReefShark, Nokia said the chipsets triple capacity to 84 gigabits per second from 28 gigabits in its existing chip modules. These modules can be stacked up to enable a single cell tower/basestation to handle up to 6 terabits per second.

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