Nokia wins a huge deal in Mexico
Nokia has been selected by ALTÁN Redes to design, build and manage a nationwide LTE wholesale network in Mexico.
Comptel bags a triple million deal in South America
Finnish software company Comptel has landed a multi-million deal from a new customer, which includes FlowOne Fulfillment licenses and related services.
Big deals for Nokia in Saudi Arabia, Russia and Vietnam
Nokia is collaborating with Saudi Telekom Company (STC) on the development of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), has inked a five-year deal with Russian communications and technology company, VimpelCom, and is supplying a transport network in Vietnam.
UROS and iBasis connect the hotspots
Finnish roaming solutions provider UROS and telecommunications company iBasis have teamed up to be the first to remotely offer a user subscription for connected mobile devices.
Comptel bags a big deal for its FWD
Comptel Corporation won a new customer, referred to as “a major prepaid operator in APAC”, for its digital sales channel solution FWD.
Nokia news: Comptel acquisition and Japanese deal
Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia has announced plans to acquire Comptel, and has also inked a deal with Energia Communications in Japan.
Nokia and Orange Group connect for 5G
Nokia along with telecommunications giant the Orange Group have begun a collaboration to develop the infrastructure and services applicable with the eventual arrival of the 5G network.
Nokia speeds up connections in Cambodia and Bangladesh
Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia is to help Cambodia’s Cellcard operator modernise its networks to address surging mobile broadband demand in the country. The company also announced it has signed a 30 million-euro network expansion and modernisation deal with Bangladesh’s Teletalk.
Setera to power up in Europe next year
Starting from January 2017, Setera will be offering its cloud-based mobile switchboard services to Italian companies, and other European countries will follow suit.
Nokia Sparks-up to 200G in New Zealand
Nokia has provided New Zealand’s leading communications service provider, Spark, the technology to be first in the country to offer customers speeds of up to 200Gb/s (Gigabits per second) on a single wavelength.