Nokia (NYSE: NOK) stock declined by a margin of 0.81% to stand at EUR 4.51. Digital transformation is inevitable, and the top Information and Communications company, SaskTel, doesn’t want to lag.
The two companies have enjoyed long term business cooperation
It announces its new business collaboration with Nokia, but this isn’t the first time the two are working together. The working relation spans many years back when the company relied on Nokia for its ADSL copper-based services.
Many business deals have been struck since, ranging from cable, fiber to wireless. The target has always been to serve customers with immersive broadband services and much more. Canadians continue waking up to the reality of the heightened and fast-evolving broadband speeds.
Leaders speak out on the latest developments
Nokia understands the essence of channeling its broadband services to all the needy consumers and businesses and won’t be segregating any party. It intends to serve consumers and businesses both in remote and urban areas. The president of Nokia, Jeffrey Maddox, recently spoke about the latest developments, asserting the great need to incorporate the correct mix of technologies to achieve customer satisfaction targets.
The CEO of SaskTel, Doug Burnett, appreciates the long and fulfilling relationship his company has had with Nokia over the years. It happens to be a fulfilling working relationship considering how his company has made tremendous steps toward delivering connectivity services to persons and businesses found in Saskatchewan.
The official speaks out on how Nokia has proven to be a reliable and trusted business partner. He discloses how the company continues making significant investments towards the enhancement of its networks.
Burnett looks forward to brighter times ahead, where his company witnesses tremendous success towards advancing and enhancing their networks. The official seems concerned with the rising digitization demands in homes and businesses but is quite happy about the company’s efforts to deliver stellar services.
Burnette applauds the Nokia platform, outlining that the 25G PON will be instrumental in enabling the company to keep abreast with how consumers use its services.
The new changes will enable the residents to stream HD video and video conferencing mko0re easily. It will also be easy for people to get involved in multi-player online gaming. The other thing will be to offer the much-needed assistance geared towards supporting remote learning and telehealth.