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In Islamabad and Lahore, the company demonstrates its latest innovations announced at Mobile World Congress 2015.
Islamabad, Pakistan – 15 April 2015
Nokia Networks is demonstrating its latest innovations announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in the areas of 5G, security, Liquid Applications, big data and analytics, and Small Cells. These demonstrations take place at the company’s Center of Competence in Islamabad and Lahore this week.
Saeed Qadri, Country General Manager, Nokia Networks, said: “Pakistan is an important market, and we are committed to helping the country build a reliable, secure, next-generation mobile broadband infrastructure for data traffic that, compared to 2010, will grow 1000 times by 2020, as per Nokia prediction. Accordingly, we are showcasing to all operators here how our latest innovations can help them improve network capacity, speed and coverage for better mobile broadband experience and penetration across the country.”
Ms. Anusha Rahman Khan Minister IT & Telecom
“The government is committed to enabling the operations take the quality and coverage of mobile broadband services to new level for the benefit of greater socio-economic development. We are confident that Nokia Networks’ commitments and advanced 2G, 3G and 4G mobile broadband technologies will significantly contribute in providing high quality mobile broadband services in our country at par with leading services around the world. We expect Nokia to consider at Pakistan for increasing local content in their offering.”
Dr. Syed Ismail Shah, Chairman – PTA
“The Nokia Networks conference has brought out excellent insights on how to achieve further mobile broadband penetration, and gave the opportunity to reiterate our ambitions to covert technology innovation into benefits for the Pakistan population.”