Nokia to help government, organisations deliver on 5G solution

Head of Customer Marketing and Communications, Nokia, Joachim Wuilmet (left); Head of Customer Marketing, Central, East and West Africa,  Nokia, Ms Cherine Aziez; Managing Director, Customer Operations, Middle East, Africa, Nokia Nigeria, Richard Edet; and Market Unit Head, Central East and West Africa Region, Daniel Jaeger, at the Nokia World Congress Revisited Roadshow in Lagos on Tuesday.

Head of Customer Marketing and Communications, Nokia, Joachim Wuilmet (left); Head of Customer Marketing, Central, East and West Africa,  Nokia, Ms Cherine Aziez; Managing Director, Customer Operations, Middle East, Africa, Nokia Nigeria, Richard Edet; and Market Unit Head, Central East and West Africa Region, Daniel Jaeger, at the Nokia World Congress Revisited Roadshow in Lagos on Tuesday.

Nokia, a global leader in the technologies that connect people and things, has demonstrated its latest innovations to telecommunication operators, government departments, enterprises, and business partners to help them build smart cities with Internet of Things (IoT) and critical-communications network for public safety while ensuring a world-class mobile broadband customer experience for the subscribers in Nigeria.

The demonstrations include in key areas like IoT, public safety network, IP backhaul network, and 4G.

Scheduled for Lagos and Abuja from Tuesday to today respectively, customers will have the opportunity to experience the future of technology, and learn how they can benefit from the best end-user experience in high quality and secure networks shaping the future into the “Superfast Broadband” and the “Internet of Things”.

Market Unit Head Central East and West Africa, Daniel Jaeger, said the showcase will include live demonstrations with state-of-the-art software, hardware and services for any type of network. ˝The new Nokia is uniquely positioned to help communication service providers, governments, and large enterprises deliver on the promise of 5G, the Cloud and the Internet of Things˝ Daniel Jaeger remarked.

Jaeger further said, “Nokia connects people from around the world, and we have developed some of the world’s most advanced networks by constantly adding value to this infrastructure and Customers will be able to experience and learn how networks are changing the way we live, move, work and how you can maximize the opportunities this will bring˝.

Country Senior Officer in Nigeria, Nokia, Richard Edet, said: “Nigeria is an important market for Nokia. This is the first innovation roadshow Nokia brings to Nigeria for the country’s socio-economic benefits.



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