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​Nokia launches mobile network analytics platform

Nokia noted that its analytics tools can be used for Internet of things, automated traffic management and voice over LTE, marketing and app performance.
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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributing Editor on

Nokia is planning to up its mobile network analytics game.

The mobile network provider launched Real-Time Network Analytics, a suite that aims to take data from subscribers, apps, devices, operating systems, networks, cells and calls to gauge mobile health.

According to Nokia, its analytics platform will allow carriers to find service issues more rapidly and fix them. Carriers will also better understand how so-called over the top (OTT) applications affect the network.

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With the suite, Nokia is integrating three of its existing tools including the Nokia Wireless Network Guardian, Nokia Traffica and Nokia Network Performance Operator. The three address engineering, apps, networks, devices and real-time trouble shooting and analytics.

Nokia added that it will also combine open application programming interfaces so carriers can customize according to big data needs.

As for the use cases, Nokia noted that its analytics tools can be used for Internet of things, automated traffic management and voice over LTE, marketing and app performance.

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