Nokia Oyj (NYSE:NOK) is a company widely known for its mobile technologies and networks. It has its headquarters in Finland and lately it pays quite a huge deal of focus on software development. Reports indicate that BSNL has resolved to settle for Nokia to help it with its latest undertaking.
The Indian state-owned operator seeks to spark about major transformations in the various cities in the country. To achieve its set objectives, it intends to employ intelligent infrastructure.
Current state of affairs
The terms of the deal are such that Nokia focuses on the maintenance of Smart Telecom Poles in the country. It undertakes the supply, installation as well as the commissioning activities in all the telecom circles of BSNL.
The other stipulation under this particular contract has to do with the company integrating the poles in question. It will integrate these poles with CCTV cameras, the smart LED lighting systems, environmental sensors and above all the digital billboards.
The design of the smart pole is in such a way that it aligns quite well with the emerging markets. Asides from that, the technology behind their makeup relies heavily on the global services expertise of Nokia.
A closer outlook
Market observers agree that indeed the urban landscape of India has lately been evolving quite fast. The city and government administrations continue doing what they can to guard both the security and the safety of citizens.
Analysts say that it is high time the world embraced the whole thought of digitalizing cities. Nokia outlines that its services expertise and Smart Telecom Pole will help a huge deal in its latest undertaking. BSNL expects the company use what it has to help it in the delivery of smart solutions and connectivity.
BSNL understands the essence of ensuring the poles align to the various spatial and spatial requirements in the evolving cities.
Nokia seems rather determined to succeed this time around. Market observers applaud it for the move to avail its Camera app on Google Play Store. The company says it is still working on ways interested persons can install the app.