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UTC Webinar: Nokia Network Services Platform for Private Networks

May 19, 2020
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Utilities seeking to implement private or shared broadband solutions are looking to LTE in the near term, 5G in the long term, for a broadband solution that could supplement or replace legacy voice and SCADA systems. Utilities often focus on the costs of base station sites and end user terminals while ignore the cost of configuring and support the back-end infrastructure.  Configuring and maintaining the communication paths for broadband use cases is not a trivial task and utility IT or operations departments are ill suited for such activity.
Please join us for a session on tips on how to use your Nokia Network Services Platform (NSP) during this challenging time to reduce the strain on the skeleton crew in your NOC that needs to continue running the telecom network for your critical OT applications. Specific capabilities and reports that you might consider using to increase network visibility, automate tasks and do more remotely will be highlighted. Of course, there will be time at the end for your questions and sharing ideas with your peers.
Webinar discussion assumes participants have a basic understanding of the NSP and its operation. Webinar presentation and recording will be available to attendees.
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