Ooredoo hosted the Nokia delegation in Doha

07. 07. 2022 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Business / Exact time: BST / Print this page

One-stop ICT provider Ooredoo Qatar hosted a high-level delegation from Nokia that visited Doha in the past few days.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulla al-Thani, Deputy CEO and CEO of Ooredoo Qatar Group, and Pekka Lundmark, President and CEO of Nokia visited the innovative 974 Stadium and were joined by senior representatives from both companies. They also toured the stadium and demonstrated ICT plans and network readiness for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Later, a larger delegation visited Ooredoo's Security Operations Center (SOC) in Wadi Al Sail, where the SOC team gave visitors an overview of Ooredoo's latest security offerings. All representatives then reconvened for an executive meeting at Ooredoo Tower to discuss the long-term partnership between the two entities.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulla al-Thani, Group CEO and Deputy CEO of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We were delighted to welcome the visiting delegation from Nokia, a global partner we are proud to work with. This visit will undoubtedly contribute to strengthening the strategic relationship between Ooredoo and Nokia, both in Qatar and in the countries where the Ooredoo Group operates. During the meeting, we reviewed the aspects of joint cooperation and discussed how we could further strengthen our relationship and cooperation in the future, preparing for major sports events."

Pekka Lundmark, President and CEO of Nokia, said: "We are delighted to strengthen our long-standing partnership with Ooredoo and support their aim to deliver next-generation connectivity and a world-class 5G experience to consumers and businesses alike." Business customers can take advantage of Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo "Best for Business" thanks to its breadth and depth, the best fixed and mobile networks, the broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions and a 60-year trusted partner.

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