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Nokia selects Aricent to develop their FastMile network termination equipment

Aricent announced a technology partnership with Nokia, to design and develop the Nokia FastMile home outdoor modem and indoor router.

Ajeet Khunger, business development lead at Aricent, said: “Our working relationship with Nokia spans over a decade and FastMile is the outcome of innovation in both technology and business models. To get there, Aricent partnered with Nokia R&D and our ecosystem partners, Qualcomm and Foxconn to envision the future of consumer broadband.”

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