Saturday, 15 December 2018

Nokia: Building electronic infrastructure to ensure cities are able to function intelligently

Written by Oliver Pickup and reproduced with the kind permission of the Daily Telegraph
Monday 20 November 17

As nations grapple with unprecedented rapid urbanisation there is much work to be done. The United Nations estimate that by 2050 about two-thirds of the world’s projected 9.7 billion population will be city dwellers. It is little wonder that, as a result, the global smart city market is predicted to be worth around $1.5 trillion by 2020. Telecommunications giant Nokia is a major player in this market…

As nations grapple with unprecedented rapid urbanisation there is much work to be done. The United Nations estimate that by 2050 about two-thirds of the world’s projected 9.7 billion population will be city dwellers. It is little wonder that, as a result, the global smart city market is predicted to be worth around $1.5 trillion by 2020. Telecommunications giant Nokia is a major player in this market…

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