Nokia Networks has signed a dozen of deals with the major Indian telcos in the first half of 2014 along with the other 16 deals. The company aims to grow further and expects higher returns through the data network expansion. The company has also bagged a security solution contract with Reliance Jio Infocomm and a network expansion agreement with Uninor. The company stated that it will provide radio access equipment and accompanying services as per the contract.
Uninor is planning on upgrading its networks in the country and is also expecting to install 5,000 base stations by this year and also spending more on improving the infrastructure in the present six circles. If sources are to be believed, then Uninor will be deploying the services of Nokia in the Assam circle, where it acquired the airwaves and plans to start its services soon. Sandeep Girotra, head Nokia Netwroks also stated that the company is working in close association with a pan-India BWA licence holder.
He also commented that, telecom companies are planning to invest more around data and newer technologies. And Nokia involved in talks with the companies over enhancing 2G, 3G, LTE and other network solutions.