Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) has opened a new office in Tripoli.
The company's Head of Middle East and Africa for NSN, Igor Leprince (pictured), said the opening was just the first step in delivering world-class mobile broadband to Libya:
“NSN is committed to continuing its focus on Libya and to playing a strong role in developing Libyan mobile broadband infrastructure ... The opening of this modern office marks our readiness to deliver large-scale mobile broadband rollouts in Libya.”
He added that NSN would help operators provide a superior mobile broadband experience for their customers.
Chairman of Libyan Post’s Telecommunication and Information Technology Company, Faisel Gergab, and representatives from telecom operators Al-Madar, Libyana and Al-Jeel attended the event.
According to a report from Libya Herald, NSN sees its decision to come to Libya as an investment beyond the building-up of infrastructure. The company plans to train telecom engineers in mobile broadband and collaborate with universities to pass on expertise.
(Source: Libya Herald)