Nokia’s Orchestration Software Selected by stc for 5G Slicing Services in Saudi Arabia

stc partners with Nokia to deploy 5G slicing services, leveraging Nokia’s Orchestration Center for efficient, customized connectivity.

Nokia has announced that its Digital Operations’ Orchestration software has been selected by stc to orchestrate the Saudi Arabian operator roll out 5G slicing services to meet and customize its customers’ increasingly diverse and specific network needs, in a deal that strengthens the operator’s network monetization efforts.

Nokia Orchestration Center, which is part of Nokia Digital Operations Center, automates the creation and lifecycle management of end-to-end 5G slicing at scale for personalized connectivity services for enterprises and consumers.

Through intent-driven autonomous operations, the creation of end-to-end slices at scale will be accelerated from days to minutes and becomes highly reliable and programmable. The deal will be adding value in realizing stc’s ‘DARE’ strategy (Digitize, Accelerate performance, Reinvent experience, and Expand scale and scope).

Nokia Orchestration Center in stc, which aligns with TMF Open Digital Architecture (ODA), will provide a single, multi-tenanted platform for onboarding customers; orchestrating the design and deployment of multi-vendor services; and delivering against business-specific Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

stc will use Nokia’s Orchestration Center software for various use cases including slice and IP-VPN orchestration.

We are excited to further build on the Nokia-stc partnership. This agreement enables stc to capitalize on new 5G business opportunities with premium, automated network slicing services that deliver an enhanced and on-demand customer experience, with all the requirements for scale and SLA fulfilment.

Samar Mittal, VP, Cloud and Network Services (CNS), Global Business Center (GBC), Nokia MEA

Providing new 5G slicing services and technology openness go hand in hand for stc, so we’re pleased that Nokia has these capabilities that will provide our customers with specific network experiences, while giving us fresh automaton and operational efficiency benefits.

Anwar Al-Subhi, GM Cloud Infrastructure, stc

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