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Three CEO Dave Dyson said: “The new core network is part of a series of related investments totaling up to £2 billion and will bring about a major change in the customer experience. UK consumers want to meet greater data usage needs and enhance their Reliability, our company is ready to launch the fastest 5G network in the UK."
Nokia Software President Bhaskar Gorti also said: “This is an exciting time for both companies as we work together on the future of the telecommunications network. The project represents a shared vision and is transformed by Three's radical business. Driven by strategy, the project aims to provide a flexible 5G core network that supports the next generation of mobile services and strengthens the UK's position as a true 5G leader."
It is reported that the new core network not only brings capacity advantages, but also emphasizes security. Because Nokia uses the most up-to-date security standards to ensure the security of the network and Three customer data.
Previously, Three has announced that it will begin rolling out 5G services across the country next month. The first pilot cities were big cities such as London, Cardiff, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, and the follow-up will spread to more regions.