5G and enterprise solutions at Nokia Technology Day in Malaysia

Communications equipment and systems provider showcased its 5G and enterprise at Nokia Technology Day in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Nokia also reaffirmed its commitment to support enterprises in Malaysia in their digital transformation journey and advancing Malaysia's Industry 4.0 roadmap.

The company also showcased some of its latest innovations, products and technologies, which were showcased at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain from 28 February to 3 March 2022.

“We have a responsibility to develop technology to address the world's challenges, such as climate change, so we need to reduce carbon emissions and the use of scarce natural resources is very important. Also, productivity is stalling, so we need to do something different, and are all talking about Industry 4.0 (IR4.0), which is where we can help increase productivity by leveraging upon technology” Datuk Mohd Rauf Nasir, Nokia Managing Director of Malaysia, Sri Lanka & Maldives who hosted the event.

“However, resistance to digitalisation amongst enterprises and industry, and inequitable access to opportunity still needs to be overcome, so education is important, and we think that technology can bridge the gap, so we are committed to deliver critical network through technology leadership and trusted partnership”, Datuk Rauf added.

Thus, Nokia aims to provide technology leadership, in areas such as cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) and network-as-a-service (NaaS), and to create value with long term research and intellectual property by putting a lot of its investments into research and development (R&D) in sustainable technologies.

Currently, seven billion mobile connection or subscriptions as well as 500 million broadband lines across over 130 countries employ Nokia's technologies.

Besides communication service providers, Nokia sees much traction in industry and the public sector, with over 2,200 mission critical customers and over 480 private wireless customers, and the need to support the industry 4.0 to increase their productivity.

Nokia's first focus area is in mobile networks, especially 5th generation (5G) mobile technology. Second is network infrastructure, including Internet Protocol (IP), optical, fixed and virtual-LAN networks. Third are cloud and network services such as SaaS and NaaS. Fourth is sustainable, energy-efficient technology which can save up to 75% of energy.

The company's regional engineering and technical support are based in Malaysia, as well as its regional optical lab for its customers' testing and integration.

With 5G cellular service currently being deployed across Malaysia, communication service providers are increasingly focusing on 5G and fibre connectivity, whilst Nokia sees much interest in private wireless networks coming from the oil & gas. manufacturing, transportation and other industries.

Also, with cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Google and Facebook, Nokia sees more submarine cable connections coming to Malaysia.

With all that, Nokia hopes to provide its cloud and network services, as well as web solutions to its customers.

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