Nokia partners with Sudatel to deliver ultra-broadband to Sudan

By professo

The Finnish telecommunications and technology company, Nokia, has partnered with Sudanese telecom and Internet firm, Sudatel.

The two firms aim to deliver ultra-broadband services to Sudan by offering a trial of Nokia 4.5G Pro, Nokia 4.9G, and 5G mobile technologies.

The joint venture will also introduce Nokia’s fixed fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) portfolio, initially focusing on the nation’s capital city, Khartoum.

“Sudatel is pleased to sign this strategic technology partnership with Nokia for the development of leading ultra-broadband services in Sudan and contribute to enhancing the Broadband Development Index,” stated Tarig Zain El Abdein, President and CEO of Sudatel Telecom Group.

SEE ALSO:

“Bringing Nokia's technology expertise and innovations to Sudan is very strategic for us in the execution of our vision of becoming the most admired ICT provider in Africa.”

The project is part of Sudatel’s 2020 Strategy, which is targeting the transformation of its fixed access and mobile service offerings to enhance subscriber experience.

“We are able to offer a wide range of fixed and mobile technologies to meet our customers' business goals,” added Pierre Chaume, Nokia’s Head of North and West Africa.

“Working together with Sudatel, we can leverage technologies that will support Sudatel's 2020 Strategy of becoming the most admired ICT provider in Africa, and enable them to deliver the services that meet the growing business and personal demands of their subscribers.”

Share

Featured Articles

Top 10 largest revenue generating family businesses in MENAT

From the UAE to Turkey, these family firms are the largest by revenue in MENAT and cover everything from energy to entertainment

Top 10 metaverse projects in the UAE, including world firsts

As Accenture predicts the metaverse will fuel a US$1 trilion commerce opportunity by 2025, we round up 10 pioneering metaverse projects in the UAE

PwC’s survey shows Middle East CEOs remain upbeat on growth

CEOs in the Middle East are far more optimistic about regional growth than those in North America and Europe, according to PwC’s annual survey

Opinion: “Why we must tackle the digital skills crisis"

Leadership & Strategy

5 Mins With: Kathryn Kaminsky Vice Chair Trust Solutions PwC

Leadership & Strategy

Survey: The Future of Cloud Security in the Middle East

Technology