Nokia Siemens Networks has announced the relocation and expansion of its Global Network Solutions Center (GNSC) to a new site in Chennai, India.
"The expansion of the Chennai GNSC is a reflection of the success of the global service delivery model we pioneered," said Armando Almeida, Head- Global Services, Nokia Siemens Networks.
"The Chennai facility, with its vast engineering and telecom talent, has played a significant role in the success of our alternative service delivery model. This model allows us to centralise and consolidate operations for customers around the world. It provides significant cost savings and improved operational efficiency, freeing up resources to allow operators to focus on their business goals."
The Chennai GNSC was the first centre set up by Nokia Siemens Networks in 2007 to provide remote delivery support across its services businesses including care, network implementation and managed services. It is one of the three currently operating GNSCs, with two others in Noida, India and Lisbon, Portugal. Two further service delivery centres are currently being established in Russia and Brazil.
Nokia Siemens Networks' integrated, multi-technology, multi-vendor GNSCs are designed to help operators rollout new services rapidly through round-the-clock project management.
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Updated Date: Feb 02, 2017 22:54:39 IST