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Nokia bell publishes an open letter to all friends concerned about 5g construction in China and Nokia bell

via:C114中国通信网     time:2020/4/6 22:37:07     readed:89

There is no doubt that 5g is extremely important for any manufacturer. We accept and respect China Mobile's decision. We need to emphasize that we will continue to serve China Mobile unswervingly. China Mobile's strategy of being one of our most important partners in the world remains unchanged.

At the same time, we hereby solemnly declare that the letter "from Nokia bell Shanghai to China Unicom on March 31" posted on the Internet does not represent our position and attitude, and we have checked the incident.

The pace of China's 5g construction is accelerating. Our strategy will fully cooperate with and support the 5g deployment of all operators, and jointly promote the digital application of the industry market to ensure the success of the construction and development of China's 5g network. Both Nokia and Nokia bell are communication "veterans" who have served in China's communication market for nearly 40 years. From 2G, 3G to 4G access, core network and transmission technology, we have worked together with Chinese operators to create brilliance, share difficulties, and use global resources to promote the standardization, industrialization and globalization of various communication technologies, including those advocated by China.

"If a thousand people are united, they will gain the strength of a thousand people.". China's "new infrastructure" rally has sounded. As a veteran, we should work together with our new and old comrades in arms with more firm determination, more advanced technology and products to speed up the progress of 5g network construction and create 5g brilliance!

So!

Maboze, CEO

Shanghai Nokia bell Co., Ltd

April 6, 2020

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