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Nokia selects HCL Technologies for IT managed services

Nokia has selected HCL Technologies for outsourced IT management services. The Finnish giant says it will partner with HCL for modernizing its IT infrastructure and applications, where HCL will transition services from four incumbent vendors to establish an integrated IT services delivery/design framework and will implement a transformation roadmap.

HCL will provide Nokia with services around key transformational areas; such as cloud orchestration, digital platforms, big data analytics, cybersecurity, autonomics and modern collaborative workplaces, said the companies in a statement.

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