Season’s greetings loyal readers! In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of our most popular Nokia blogs from 2015. We’re very happy to see that readership continues to grow steadily – and together, we determine what’s hot and what’s not.
One of the best compliments for any blog channel is visitor loyalty (returning readers), with almost half of you tuning in regularly. In fact, our blog page is one of the most popular places to hang out on Nokia.com. We’re proud to contribute to the industry conversation with a wide range of Nokia’s experts, innovators and executives sharing their thoughts on topics that help shape the network business.
This year, there’s been a lot of buzz circulating around the wider industry topic of how to support more women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines as covered in this year’s most popular blog by Kathrin Buvac, Chief Strategy Officer at Nokia. While announcing Nokia’s new initiative in this regard, she reminded readers that:
“We build technology that people with very diverse backgrounds use, and I truly believe that we all want our company make-up to be a reflection of the very same diversity of people who use our technology.”
5G, advances in LTE and Wi-Fi technology, as well as innovating with partners were also among the topics to grab your attention. We do our best to cut through the hype and keep things real by drawing on operator examples and sharing important milestones and roadmaps.
Our 10 most read blogs of 2015
We have a lot more work to do enabling women into STEM jobs
Nokia leader in Current Analysis LTE eNodeB assessment
Is Sigfox/LoRa the new WiMAX?
Extending cellular calls to Wi-Fi devices – a dream come true for smart device users
Shape it baby! Nokia Open Innovation Challenge 2015 now open
Nokia focuses on the human possibilities of technology in Shanghai #MWCS15
T-Mobile goes where no operator has gone before
Nokia sets deadline for 5G launch in Europe at Santander Telecoms Summit
Here’s how to build extremely flexible 5G core networks
Nokia Networks drives LTE-A data speeds to 262.5 Mbps on SoftBank’s commercial network with 3-band carrier aggregation
So, on behalf of our Nokia Network’s bloggers, thank you for your interest this year. We will continue to stay topical, taking cues from you and the industry’s latest news and views.
The whole Nokia team sends you Season’s Greetings and we warmly welcome you back to this space in 2016.
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