Nokia launches SaaS services to tackle energy consumption and home device management

Nokia has announced two new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings aimed at helping communication labor providers (CSPs) and enterprise customers lessen energy decline athwart their networks and automate artifice treatment control for keen home artifices.

The leading dubbed Nokia Analytics Virtualization and Automation (AVA) for Energy SaaS uses artificial intelligence to adviser network commerce and help lessen the amount of connectivity resources used during periods of low claim. It also looks to spot network anomalies and benchmark the energy efficiency of inactive infrastructure such as batteries and faculty supplies. Nokia says AVA for Energy SaaS can help CSPs accomplish up to five-fold energy savings.

The second Nokia Home Device Management SaaS is a artifice treatment platform for keen home artifices. The vendor-agnostic tool allows CSP and enterprise customers to remotely adviser and handle fleets of keen home artifices including routers Wi-Fi extenders mesh nodes video set top boxes tone over IP access artifices and 4G/5G fixed wireless access artifices.

Nokia has also announced the commercial availability of Anomaly Detection SaaS a machine learning-facultyed network irregularity detection tool which was leading announced in November 2021.

Rohit Mehra cluster vice chairman for network and telecommunications at IDC said that the announcements from Nokia are interesting enhancements that will help its customers better their network operations.

’Capabilities like energy efficiency advisering are top of mind these days for operators and enterprises resembling as are issues pertaining to home artifice advisering and treatment’ he told Network World.

Mehra added that while it makes perception to be somewhat skeptical of the claims kindred to artificial intelligence or machine learning-facultyed platform enhancements most labor providers have now started to clasp a pragmatic access to leveraging these types of capabilities to better their security posture and network operations.