Bringing telecom networks technologies to Iraq

The Iraqi telecommunications market including mobile networks and fixed networks has a great potential to grow. Communications Service Providers (CSPs) can tap this opportunity by preparing their telecom networks to address the current and future growth in demand for high-quality voice and data services across the country. Nokia is committed to bringing its latest innovations to help the operators. 

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The innovative solutions launched by Nokia recently in the run up to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will help operators in the country to take the telecommunications services to the next level. Nokia launched solutions covering 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT), software and cloud, underscoring the breadth and strength of a product portfolio bolstered by the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent in 2016. Nokia, with its bigger and fully end-to-end portfolio, shared ground breaking innovations at the event.

Hathal Sharif, Country Senior Officer, Nokia Iraq, said, “Iraq is one of the key markets for Nokia, and with our strong local presence with our main offices in Baghdad, Erbil and Sulayimania as well as project offices in Basra, Karbala and Najaf, we are making tremendous efforts to address the needs of the Iraqi telecommunications market. Our engineers in Iraq in alignment with our global team are committed to help the Iraqi market in building and modernizing mobile networks as well as fixed networks for next-generation telecommunications services, public safety, high-speed fiber optical networks and other services as needed by our customers.”

 

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