NSN expands presence in Nigeria
20 March 2014 | Sophie Donoghue
Finnish vendor Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) has expanded its operations in Nigeria, with the opening of a second office in Lagos.
The new office increases the vendor’s presence in the region and is expected to enhance the company’s ability to deliver its mobile broadband infrastructure to operators in the country.
“NSN is committed to further strengthening its focus on Nigeria and helping telecoms operators build a reliable, superior mobile broadband network across the country, including mid-size cities and rural areas,” said Igor Leprince, SVP of Middle East & Africa region, NSN.
“With two modern offices and expanded operations in the country, we are ready to deliver large-scale mobile broadband roll-outs in Nigeria,” he added.
Yesterday, Chinese technology company ChinaCache struck an MoU with NSN to incorporate CDN technologies and innovations into the company’s network.