Ooredoo signs MoU with Nokia to upgrade business connectivity

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Ooredoo signs MoU with Nokia
Officials during the signing ceremony.

Ooredoo Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Nokia, a global technology leader, in order to upgrade business connectivity with cutting-edge 5G solutions.

Under the agreement, both companies will collaborate closely to develop and deploy 5G private networks, delivering innovative market and enterprise-specific solutions customized to meet the diverse needs of businesses across industries.

Ooredoo’s business customers will benefit from high-performance, low-latency 5G connectivity, enhanced IoT capabilities, and ultra-reliable communication networks.

Further, this will enable them to enhance productivity and efficiency, accelerating their digital transformation journey and unlocking new opportunities for innovation and growth. Through this MoU, Ooredoo intends to continue its journey to drive innovation in 5G.

Najib Khan, Group Chief Business Services Officer at Ooredoo, said that, “Our strategic collaboration with Nokia underscores Ooredoo’s commitment to always providing best-in-class 5G solutions that empower our enterprise customers to grow their businesses and build resilience in a competitive environment. This partnership marks the beginning of a collaborative effort to build capabilities and develop a pipeline for future opportunities in the 5G enterprise domain.”

“Nokia’s collaboration with Ooredoo is another significant milestone for the evolution of 5G in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia. The partnership will empower Ooredoo’s customers with cutting-edge 5G solutions that are optimized for enterprises. This will help organizations within these emerging markets to supercharge their digital transformation journey and continue to grow and innovate,” noted Stephan Litjens, Vice President of Enterprise Campus Edge Solutions at Nokia.

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