Nokia extends manufacturing of fiber broadband equipment in India
Nokia Fiber Broadband Solution is based on optical transmission technology and aims to provide optimal solutions for last-mile access, local access, wholesale connectivity, and metro and city networks.
Nokia established its first manufacturing facility in India in 1989 and today, Nokia’s facilities are located across the country. The Company is also targeting expansion opportunities; for example, Nokia will soon be launching a new manufacturing facility in Gujarat. Which will be close to its existing production line base in Bangalore.
Nokia Corporation is a global leader in the convergence of the digital and physical worlds. We create more possibilities with our pioneering technologies such as smart mobiles, networking systems, software, and sensors. The Company’s products are used in mobile phones, tablets, smartphones, computers, and fixed-line networks (Iridium). Nokia is a world leader in delivering television services to mobile phones via satellite. We also offer automotive systems electronics products, “smart” dedicated devices, and software solutions to industrial customers.
Nokia Corporation, headquartered in Finland, is a global leader in communications, computing, and other technologies. The Company’s market-leading products, services, and software are used to help people connect more effectively at home, at work, and on their mobile devices. A digital powerhouse, Nokia’s networks reach the entire globe. The Company has approximately 150 million mobile connections worldwide, of which approximately 80 million correspond to subscribers’ active use; 1.2 billion broadband customers; 13 million computer users; 31 000 business customers through its commercial networks; 16 000 employees globally.
With the goal of “Delivering more than just voice and data”, Nokia extends manufacturing of fiber broadband equipment in India.
Nokia started extending the fiber broadband
Nokia’s direct play in the fiber broadband market is based on high-quality, leading-edge products which include access and transport equipment, optical transceivers, and related software solutions. This establishes Nokia’s leadership in the field of reliable, high-speed transmission over short distances (i.e. less than 1 km) between two points on the same premises or outside a building.”
Nokia is a multinational communications corporation that is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling communications equipment, such as mobile phones and related products. The company operates through the following segments: Europe; North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific; and the Rest of the World. The Company competes with Ericsson, Sony Corporation, and Qualcomm Incorporated for a portion of the worldwide mobile phone market.
The Company is engaged in the manufacture of equipment and systems for broadband communications and broadcasting. It also provides software development services, engineering support, and product management as well as sales and marketing services. The Company sells products through its own sales force throughout Europe, North America, Latin America, and the Rest of the World (RoW). The Company operates in two segments: Broadband Infrastructure and Location Based Services.
Nokia fiber broadband
In Broadband Infrastructure segment, it offers products that enable voice over IP (VoIP), data transmission, video conferencing among others over existing domestic terrestrial network infrastructures to improve user experience by offering a comprehensive set of core network elements including advanced gateways, codecs and application processors; mobility solutions that enable voice over IP (VoIP) service for remote users without access to terrestrial network infrastructures; indoor broadband products that offer value-added services such as local access points (LAPs) with indoor access bandwidth up to 1 Gbps per node which provide ubiquitous coverage inside buildings while enabling mobile devices to connect seamlessly at any location within the building or premises either through wired or wireless connection; venture capital related services that provide growth capital funding opportunities; broad-based base stations delivering broadband connectivity via satellite or other broadband networks or combinations thereof directly or via.
The expansion underlines Nokia’s commitment to providing customers with a wide range of services and products across different markets.”
Nokia has extended the manufacturing of fiber broadband equipment to India, thus creating thousands of new jobs for Indians. The move comes as part of its larger strategy to capitalize on government policies like Make in India and Digital India to tap into lucrative broadband infrastructure markets.
Nokia has started extending the fiber broadband of its Indus Towers at Chennai, Bengaluru, and Shimla. This process will be completed in two years’ end. The total investment made by Nokia in India is around 46 billion euros (59 billion dollars).
The Flexible Manufacturing program was launched in early 2011. And its aims to serve as an incubator for manufacturers that offer products to Nokia Networks. The program is designed to provide a complete range of services from prototype design through manufacturing and support. Which in turn supports Nokia’s strategy for developing new technologies, such as optical transmission systems. Which are required for high-speed broadband connections.
Nokia has announced the extension of fiber broadband manufacturing in India. This will help drive cost efficiency and improved customer value while increasing the country’s competitiveness in telecommunications, IT solutions, and media.”
Nokia Company Profile
Nokia Company Profile Nokia Corporation is a multinational telecommunications networking company headquartered in Espoo, Finland. Its products and services include wireless communications (particularly mobile telephony, data transmission, and broadband internet access), fixed wireless access, and telecommunications infrastructure equipment.
Nokia Fibre Broadband Network (FBN) is India’s largest FTTH company and among the first to expand fiber broadband penetration in India. FBN leads the industry with its managed fiber deployment and support, end-to-end services, and community-building initiatives; And it has established an ecosystem of over 6,000 clients, spanning all sectors. Including urban, rural, and semi-urban areas. We have trained more than 15,000 technicians across India ensuring quality service delivery at our network nodes. And homes through multiple channels such as telephone, email, SMS text messages, etc.
As a local company, we help businesses in India to extend their reach with fiber broadband Internet to hundreds of people, as well as drive innovation and new business opportunities. Our technology extends the reach of a network from your home or office to an apartment block or beach resort. Allowing any device to get online wherever you are. The result is a thriving digital economy where small businesses can thrive. Schools can teach online and government services can be delivered online.