HCL Technologies, Nokia sign global IT partnership

By Jonathan Dyble
Espoo-based telecommunications company Nokia and leading Indian IT services provider HCL Technologies have signed a new five-year global IT infrastructu...

Espoo-based telecommunications company Nokia and leading Indian IT services provider HCL Technologies have signed a new five-year global IT infrastructure deal.

The collaboration will see HCL helping to transform and modernise Nokia’s existing IT infrastructure, creating a new framework and transformation roadmap for the telco.

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“The telecoms industry is at the forefront of today’s fast-paced digital-led change and HCL is proud to be Nokia’s transformation partner, powering them with the speed and agility required to meet the demands of a complex and transforming market,” said C Vijayakumar, President and Chief Executive Officer, HCL Technologies. 

The partnership will help Nokia unlock greater potential within its efficiencies, better allowing the firm to meet the growing needs of its customers within the rapidly changing telecommunications market.

Further, Nokia will also be able to better leverage advanced technologies including cloud computing, big data analytics, cybersecurity and automation by calling upon HCL’s next-gen service offerings.

“This is an important development for Nokia and takes our digital transformation efforts to a new level, both for how it will enhance our IT and operational efficiencies internally for Nokia, and for how it will enable us to further elevate service delivery to our customers,” said Nokia’s Chief Operating Officer, Joerg Erlemeier.

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