Nokia Global signs new African partner

July 3, 2019 • Digital Transformation, Features, Mobile and Telecoms, Southern Africa

Nokia Global signs new African partner

Rentia Booysen, Collaboration Business Manager at Westcon-Comstor.

On Wednesday, 3 July 2019, Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa announced it has signed an agreement with Nokia to market, distribute and service enterprise products and solutions including Wi-Fi, WDM, SDN, SD-WAN and IP/MPLS networking. 

In this partnering agreement, Westcon-Comstorwill help partners embrace the new age of hyperconnected industry.

“We believe that through our collaboration with Nokia, we will enable businesses to embrace emerging technologies like 5G and help place enterprises at the forefront of industry’s digital age,” says Rentia Booysen, Collaboration Business Manager at Westcon-Comstor. 

With a core set of networking technologies and software solutions that support 5G, the cloud and IoT, Westcon-Comstor aims to assist enterprise customers to leverage the intelligence of the Nokia networking platforms.

Head of Nokia Global Channel & Alliances, Jerome Jullien says, “The Nokia Global Partner Program is a critical component of our sales force – and strengthens our primary route to market for enterprise and public sector business opportunities. We are pleased to welcome Westcon-Comstor to the program to help drive Nokia’s vision for what the next industrial revolution will look like and enable enterprises to own it all, everywhere and anywhere.”

Edited by Jenna Cook

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