News of Note—Rakuten taps Nokia for IoT services platform; Deutsche Telekom says 150 5G antennas are operational in Europe; plus more

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China Mobile plans to deploy nonstandalone 5G service in four cities this year. (Pexels)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Rakuten tapped Nokia to use its Intelligent Management Platform for All Connected Things to deploy IoT services to multiple industries in Japan. Release

> Deutsche Telekom said it has 150 5G antennas deployed and operating throughout its footprint in Europe. RCR Wireless News article


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> China Mobile plans to deploy nonstandalone 5G service in four cities this year. Mobile World Live article

> Aricent announced its 5G RAN framework has been selected by the China-based Sichuan Tianyi Comheart. Release

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