Trending Stocks: HP Inc (NYSE:HPQ), Nokia Corp (ADR)(NYSE:NOK)

On Friday, Shares of HP Inc (NYSE:HPQ), added 0.91% and closed at $15.53 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $15.44 and $15.73. HP Inc. ( NYSE : HPQ ) recently kicks off a week-long celebration of the 50th Anniversary of HP Labs, the company’s advanced research center dedicated to developing technology to improve the lives of people everywhere. Guided by visionaries in technology and social science, HP Labs is fueling the next wave of engineering innovation in 3D printing, immersive computing, hyper mobility, Internet of Things, microfluidics and more. To walk through decades of HP Labs innovation.

“Our founders set out to change the world by developing technology that would improve the lives of people everywhere,” HP’s Wall said. “To celebrate our 50th year, we are bringing a renewed openness to HP Labs and reflecting on how HP’s contributions will continue to propel growth and innovation so that we can keep reinventing far into the future.”

Nokia Corp (ADR)(NYSE:NOK), jumped 1.22% and closed at $5.79 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $5.75 and $5.83. The company’s Market capitalization is $34.30 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 5.77 Billion. Nokia Bell Labs declares a breakthrough in small cell technology that offers greater flexibility, efficiency and optimized deployment economics to expedite the creation of the high capacity and low latency network that will form the digital fabric of the future for humans and machines. “F-Cell” technology eliminates the costly power and backhaul wires and fibers presently required for small cell installation to facilitate “drop and forget” small cell deployments anywhere.

Bell Labs recently demonstrated the world’s first drone-based delivery of an F-Cell to a Nokia office rooftop in Sunnyvale, CA. (captured in photo). The F-Cell wirelessly self-powered, self-configured and auto-connected to the network and instantly began to stream high-definition video.

Underlying the F-Cell breakthrough is a re-imagining of the network architecture to place key functional elements in optimum locations. The F-cell architecture is comprised of a closed loop, 64-antenna massive MIMO system placed in a centralized location that is used to form 8 beams to 8 energy autonomous (solar powered) F-Cells, each of which has been redesigned to require minimum processing power so that the solar panel is no larger than the cell itself. In this way, F-Cell technology sustainably solves recently’s small cell and backhaul cabling, deployment and expense challenges for service providers and enterprises.

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