Nokia has won a deal from Orange Jordan to supply 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment throughout Jordan.
Nokia said it will supply 5G RAN equipment from its AirScale portfolio and will replace Orange Jordan’s entire existing RAN network. Orange Jordan aims to provide 5G services to 50 percent of the population within four years followed by five percent year-on-year growth.
The deal includes the latest generation massive MIMO radios with support for high RF bandwidth as well as AirScale Baseband and Dual-band Remote Radio Head (RRH) products. Nokia will supply its Single RAN solution that enables one base station to run 5G, 4G, 3G, and 2G technologies simultaneously, helping Orange Jordan achieve more efficient site solutions across their network.
Orange Jordan will also utilize Nokia’s NetAct network management system to enable a consolidated network view for improved network monitoring and management. Nokia will also provide digital design, deployment as well as technical support services.
“5G technology will have an evolutionary impact on the Kingdom of Jordan stimulating growth and enabling advanced services for the benefit of both industries and consumers,” Tommi Uitto, President of Mobile Networks at Nokia, said in a news statement.