Nokia discusses its Technology Strategy 2030

The technological landscape in 2030 will undergo significant transformation. While digitalization has been a driving force, AI, cloud, and evolving connectivity are reshaping business, governance, and consumer tech. AI’s influence will expand, optimizing processes and revolutionizing sectors like healthcare.

The next phase of cloud tech will disrupt business models, creating a seamless cloud continuum. Connectivity extends beyond information transfer, interconnecting networks, clouds, and resources, fusing human, physical, and digital realms. Embracing AI, cloud, and connectivity is essential for growth, with predictions of substantial value contribution.

According to ABI Research, AI will contribute roughly $450 billion in value across various verticals by 2030. Accenture found that 86 percent of companies are increasing their cloud initiatives. According to the new Nokia Global Network Traffic 2030 report, demand on global telecom networks will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 22 percent to 25 percent between 2022 and 2030.

Nokia’s Beyondn is a new approach that focuses on AI, cloud, and resources, leading to a future network architecture, UNEXT, making networks a programmable operating system. Technology Strategy 2030 serves as a guide, addressing trends and challenges, helping customers prepare for the evolving landscape.

The years leading to 2030 will witness transformative shifts, and by harnessing these forces, we can create new opportunities and build a better world together.

The key trends influencing Nokia’s Technology Strategy 2030 include AI, cloud continuum, metaverse, API economy, Industry 5.0, Internet of value, sustainability, and security. It will be interesting to see what new offerings Nokia can provide to shape the world.

I tried to summarize the Nokia’s Technology Strategy, but here is Nokia’s video that also talks about Beyond n:


Source Nokia