Tommi Uitto – Securing critical infrastructures, securing our future

Tommi Uitto, President of Mobile Networks at Nokia

Over the past months the threat of disruptions has got many of us thinking about the critical dependencies in our business and daily lives.

Communication services are critical, certainly. Implementing leading technologies one generation after another has fundamentally redefined the way we live, work and communicate. Reliable, high-performance networks are essential to the future of our societies.

At Nokia, we create technology that helps the world act together. Our worldwide customers include mobile and fixed service providers that use our technology to operate their mobile, fixed IP, optical and cloud networks.

Beyond this public network market we also serve companies across different industries, such as mining or transportation, that are digitalising and automating their business processes.

Our technology is used for railways, airports, energy distribution, manufacturing, water supply, healthcare and other key segments including public safety and defense. Almost all EU and NATO member nations and allies rely in one way or another on our mission-critical networks, software and services.

Serving these critical customers requires not only technological leadership, but also great emphasis on security and resilience. We need to connect calls and keep video streams alive, but we also need to keep trains moving, planes flying, energy flowing, factories and hospitals working even during the most challenging times.

At Nokia we are committed to be the trusted technology partner to deliver the networks on which we can confidently build our common future.


Tommi Uitto is the President of Mobile Networks at Nokia and also serves as the Country Manager of Nokia Finland

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