Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) has opened a new office in Lagos and renovated its existing office in Abuja, as part of its expansion programme in the country. Nigeria has become high priority and these offices aim to enhance the company’s operational agility for delivery of its mobile broadband infrastructure for all operators in the country. According to the company, the opening of the offices would further strengthen its presence in Africa and reiterate the company’s commitment to help operators in the Middle East and Africa region, build a world-class mobile broadband infrastructure.
The Senior Vice President of Middle East & Africa region, NSN, Igor Leprince, stated that the company is strengthening its focus on Nigeria and helping Telecom operators build a reliable, superior mobile broadband network across the country, including mid-size cities and rural areas. The Executive Commissioner of the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), Dr. Okechukwu Itanyi, who was present at the office launch, added that the opening of the office will be beneficial as the Nigerian telecom market is fast growing and increasingly adopting smart devices and demanding high quality voice and data services.