Daniel Jaeger, Nokia
Daniel Jaeger, Nokia
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24 April 2023
Under the Radar: Where is Nokia now? - Nokia’s focus on telecommunications infrastructure; Its first brand refresh in 60 years; On smartphones becoming extinct by 2030 with 6G and staying ahead of technological disruption
Today we want to talk about a Finnish tech company that will take you back to the days without smartphones and tablets.
You might have guessed it already - yes - we are talking about Nokia.
Founded in 1865, Nokia is a B2B technology innovation leader in networking, bringing together the world’s people, machines and devices to realise the potential of digital in every industry.
It was also once a legendary phone maker, having commanded an over 40 per cent global market share in mobile phones at its peak. That is before smartphone makers Apple and Samsung came into picture in the late 2000s and early 2010s
To make a long story short, the company eventually sold its handset and services business to Microsoft in 2013. What does this mean for Nokia in terms of its priorities then?
And as the company prepares itself for further technological disruption, its CEO Pekka Lundmark predicts smartphones would become extinct by 2030 with the invent of 6G. Why is this the case, and how does this influence the way the company positions itself for the future?
On Under the Radar, Drive Time’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Daniel Jaeger, Head of Southeast Asia, Nokia to find out all about Nokia’s plans ahead.
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28 September 2020
Nokia and StarHub kick off first 5G trial in Singapore: How has it been so far?
Since last April, StarHub has partnered up with Nokia and is currently conducting South East Asia’s first live 5G non-standalone (NSA) network trial across Singapore, running until 16 February 2021. Daniel Jaeger, Head of Southeast Asia, Nokia shares more about the partnership and some of the challenges Nokia and StarHub have faced in the trial so far.
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