Nokia is organizing Nokia Nepal Innovation Day 202211. 08. 2022 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Generic / Exact time: BST / Print this page
D iscussions were held on three main topics – unleashing the 5G revolution, transitioning to the digital era with Industry 4.0, and accelerating to the Gigabit era.Kathmandu, Nepal - Nokia, in collaboration with the Embassy of Finland, organized the 'Nokia Nepal Innovation Day 2022' event at the Hotel Marriott in Kathmandu on Friday.
At the Nepal Innovation Day event, Nokia brought in experts to work on seamlessly connecting people, businesses and machines on an unprecedented scale, developing new services and increasing revenue, according to a Nokia press release./p>
Discussions were held on three main topics – unleashing the 5G revolution, transitioning to the digital era with Industry 4.0, and accelerating to the Gigabit era.
Telecom operators in Nepal would benefit from understanding how to create a future-proof broadband network that connects more people, faster and more profitably than ever before, the statement read.Experts spoke about the need for industries, governments and cities to build purposefully designed networks for a more agile, digital, flexible and sustainable future. The agenda discussed the use of 5G for Industry 4.0 in various industry areas, including energy and utilities, public safety, transportation and smart cities.
During the event, Nokia showcased market-leading solutions for mobility, fixed networks, IP and optical networks and enterprises, and demonstrated how networks can be designed to perform at scale, adapt at pace, improve customer experience and uncover new revenue streams.
Nokia started its presence in Nepal in 2017 and currently provides high-quality fixed broadband services to more than one million Nepali households through its customer service providers.
Nokia now aims to help Nepal prepare for the 5G era and be a part of the digital revolution. The aim is to reach every corner with high-quality and affordable mobile and fixed broadband access, empowering the underserved and underserved sections of society, Nokia said.Via Link