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Make 5G low latency visible with a demo!

Demonstrate how 5G low latency makes a difference. Our global 5G Demo team invites you to join sharing the coolest use cases in the world. If you’d love to be part of our 5G communication or pilots, this is the Challenge to make it!
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5G offers low latency for everybody!

One of the main-features of 5G is the very low latency compared to other radio technologies.
It will bring a lot of benefits for a wide range of users in private and commercial surroundings.
But many people don’t know, what exactly is meant by "low latency".
This condition is maybe a blocking point in their mindset, what could be possible with 5G, that was not possible in former radio technologies before.


How to make 5G low latency visible and able to experience and comprehend?!

We are looking for a simple demo setup for customer events, visualizing the meaning of low latency.
This should be shown as an interaction of two interfaces as peer to peer communication in comparison to (simulated) 3G or 4G radio. The setup should be compact and easy to disassemble for travelling purposes.


Who can send a proposal?

Nokia welcomes proposals from anyone with a suitable solution: academia, students, startups, growth companies etc.


What’s in it for me?

All proposals will be evaluated, and the best ones can become part of a customer demo, mentioning the name of the creator.


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