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WIPRO, TECH MAHINDRA JOIN HANDS WITH FINNISH FIRM TO DEVELOP 5G IN INDIA

Highlights
• According to a senior official, Indian companies Wipro and Tech Mahindra have joined hands with Finnish companies in order to develop and expand 5G and 6G technologies for use in India
• Neeta Bhushan, joint secretary in charge of Central Europe said Finnish company Nokia is already working in rural areas of India to expand 5G applications

According to a senior official, Indian companies Wipro and Tech Mahindra have joined hands with Finnish companies in order to develop and expand 5G and 6G technologies for use in India and other markets.
Talking to the reporters immediately after a virtual summit between the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and his Finnish counterpart Sanna Marin on Tuesday, Neeta Bhushan, joint secretary in charge of Central Europe said Finnish company Nokia is already working in rural areas of India to expand 5G applications.
Bhushan said “Finland has been a pioneer in 2G,3G and 4G technologies,” Bhushan said. “Wipro and Tech Mahindra are working with Finnish companies and institutes for further collaboration and expansion of 5G and in the evolution of 6G technologies as well.”

Bhushan also said PM Modi and PM Marin agreed that the “ongoing collaboration in joint development of Quantum Computer with the use of Artificial Intelligence (between Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research, Pune and Aalto University in Finland) to meet the societal challenges was an excellent example of the close association in niche areas.”

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