Nokia wraps up Comptel acquisition

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Nokia said it has completed its acquisition of Comptel, a Finland-based telecommunications software company.

Announced last February, the acquisition advances Nokia's strategy to build a standalone software business at scale by expanding and strengthening its software portfolio and go-to-market capabilities.

Comptel bolsters Nokia's software portfolio by adding capabilities that help digital service providers bring new communications services to market faster, master the orchestration of services and order flows, capture data-in-motion and refine decision-making.

When combined with Nokia's OSS, BSS, analytics, security and cloud technology, Nokia will be able to offer the software intelligence and real-time network information to deliver better digital experiences and operations in a cloud environment.

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