Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia addresses virtualization risks; ARM targets machine learning; UK soccer rights auction suffers deflation.
Separately, Nokia has been trumpeting its involvement in the deployment of Gfast technology in apartment buildings by Post Luxembourg. Gfast is a way of squeezing more performance out of existing copper lines in contexts where delivering fiber to the property is deemed unviable. As part of the contract, Nokia will be supplying 8- and 16-port Gfast micronodes with vectoring, which it says suit multi-dwelling units.
— Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, Light Reading