Nokia announced the opening of a new centre in Bengaluru that will focus on development including the cloud, big data analytics, development of VoLTE and 5G.
Nokia is looking ahead with its Research & Development setup in Bengaluru getting ready on the 5G mobile technology and much more.”We are increasing staffing at our R&D centre in Bengaluru in 2018 to focus on next-generation technologies spanning 5G mobile network architecture, Voice over LTE (Long-Term Evolution or a a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile devices and data terminals), cloud and big data analytics,” Nokia R&D centre head Rupa Santosh told reporters in Bengaluru.
Located at Manyata Embassy Park here, the facility was inaugurated by Karnataka Minister for IT, BT and Tourism Priyank Kharge.
The Nokia centre will provide a huge opportunity for bright engineers to work on upcoming technologies which will change the way we live and work,” Head of the technology centre Rupa Santosh said.
Nokia is already working with Indian service providers including Bharti Airtel and BSNL to help them transform their networks for 5G. This center will further allow Indian and global service providers to leverage Nokia’s technology leadership and develop capabilities for future technologies.