Nokia said it had demonstrated its latest innovations to telecoms operators, government departments, enterprises, and business partners to help build smart cities with the Internet of Things and critical communications network for public safety.
According to the company, it aims to ensure an excellent mobile broadband customer experience for the subscribers in Nigeria, adding that the demonstrations include the IoT, public safety network, IP back-haul network and 4G.
It said customers had the opportunity to experience the future of technology, and learn how they could benefit from the best end-user experience in high-quality and secure networks shaping the future into the ‘superfast broadband’ and the IoT.
The Market Unit Head, Central East and West Africa, Daniel Jaeger, was quoted in a statement as saying that the showcase included live demonstrations with state-of-the-art software, hardware and services for any type of network.
“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 maximise the opportunities this will bring.”
The Country Senior Officer in Nigeria, Nokia, Richard Edet, described Nigeria as an important market for Nokia, saying, “This is the first innovation road show Nokia brings to Nigeria for the country’s socio-economic benefits.
“We see this as an opportunity for the Nigerian ICT market to benefit from our state-of-the-art technologies and concepts to transform telecom networks to be more dynamic, agile and evolving.”
to the statement, the series of technology road shows in Africa were designed according to the different market needs to meet the growing demand for data-intensive applications, and prepare for the next wave of network development, including cloud, IoT and ultra-broadband networks.