Finnish companies willing to cooperate as India prepares to roll out 5G

As India prepares for the commercial launch of next-generation telecom services, Finnish technology players are looking for opportunities to collaborate in planning and deploying 5G and 6G networks.

In a statement, Ritva Kuku-Ronde, Ambassador of Finland to India, said, “India is about to experience another communication revolution with the arrival of 5G. Given that Finland is one of the leading developers of 5G and 6G, we believe our companies can provide system integrators with access to cutting-edge technology for global deployment,” she said at a recent trade event.

Stating that Finland considers India a key partner for economy and trade, she added that Finland is at the forefront of technological innovation and Finnish companies are collaborating with global players to innovate and reinvent.

The special trade event was organized by Business Finland, India in collaboration with Ekaga Futuristics earlier this week, at the Embassy of Finland in New Delhi.

The event was attended by numerous Indian IT and telecom service providers along with Finnish companies to discuss technology adoption to increase revenue streams and promote trade. This includes Sterlite Technologies, TCIL, Tata Communications, Tejas Networks, HFCL among Finnish companies like Nokia.

Jukka Holappa, Country Director – Business Finland added, “We believe that system integrators are vital to the growth of our companies in India and globally. We would like to take advantage of their experience in the implementation of mega global projects and support them with Finnish technology.”

Published on

06 August 2022

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