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

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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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