The CEO of Nokia, Pekka Lundmark, is scheduled to visit Pakistan soon. The visit, which was announced by the Caretaker Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunications.
During his visit, Lundmark will meet with government officials, industry leaders, and other stakeholders to discuss the potential of 5G and 6G technology to transform Pakistan’s economy and society. He will also visit Nokia’s manufacturing plant in Lahore, which produces Nokia 4G phones.
The visit of the Nokia CEO is a significant development for Pakistan’s telecommunications sector. 5G and 6G technology have the potential to revolutionize the way we live and work, and Pakistan is eager to be at the forefront of this transformation.
The government has already taken steps to promote the development of 5G technology in Pakistan. In 2022, the government awarded licenses to three mobile operators to roll out 5G networks. The government is also investing in 5G infrastructure, such as fiber optic cables and towers.
The visit is also a sign of growing interest from foreign investors in Pakistan’s telecommunications sector. The government has made it easier for foreign investors to do business in Pakistan, and the country is becoming a more attractive destination for investment.
The visit of the Nokia CEO is a positive development for Pakistan’s telecommunications sector. The visit is also a reminder of the potential of 5G and 6G technology to transform Pakistan’s economy and society.
The country has a young and growing population, which is a major driver of demand for data. Pakistan also has a strong talent pool in the field of information technology.
With the right policies and investments, Pakistan can become a regional leader in 5G and 6G technology. This would create jobs, boost economic growth, and improve the lives of millions of Pakistanis.