Telenor Group, one of the world's major providers of mobile communications, has selected Nokia as a candidate supplier for radio access equipment and professional services over a period of five years.
In an announcement made on 22 May, Nokia said that the operator is modernizing its existing 2G and 3G networks and continuing to deploy LTE across Europe and Asia.
"We continue to invest in the modernization of our network to provide excellent end-user experience as part of our vision of Internet for all," said Hilde Tonne, EVP, Group Industrial Development Telenor Group. "For this important radio access technology area, we have selected Nokia as a partner due to our excellent working relationship and the company's proven expertise in mobile broadband and services."
"This project is another important milestone in our long-standing collaboration with Telenor Group which dates back to the 1990s, and we are currently supplier to several of Telenor's business units across Europe and Asia", said René Svendsen-Tune, EVP, Europe and Latin America, Nokia. "We are committed to support Telenor in developing a high-capacity mobile broadband infrastructure that will meet its subscribers' needs today and tomorrow as well as those of new markets."
Nokia is a leader in mobile broadband, having the most 3G references and supplying LTE in the most advanced markets on the globe.
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