Nokia and Karel Join Forces to manufacture 4G, 5G base stations in Turkey

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Nokia announced on Saturday that it has formed a relationship with Karel, a Turkish electronics company, to produce 4G and 5G base stations in Turkey. By mid-2022, the businesses plan to begin producing 4G base stations for the local market. With 5G scheduled to go commercial in Turkey in 2023, 5G base stations are likely to be included in local production.

“We are very excited about this announcement. Turkey is an important market for Nokia, where we have strong business and long-standing, trusted relationships with our customers. Together with Karel, we will be able to fulfill all the domestic product demand from our customers for now and in the future,” Ozgur Erzincan, Country Senior Officer Turkey at Nokia.

Karel now boasts one of Turkey’s most advanced R&D departments in the communication electronics industry, and the company’s contemporary facilities meet international requirements.

“We are going through a period of significant change, in which technology develops very rapidly and the transition to new generation communication systems is ongoing. As Karel, we are moving forward with the vision and goal of becoming a global player in the field of technology with our R&D, qualified production power, knowledge and experience. Today, we are very excited about this cooperation that we started with Nokia, one of the world’s leading technology companies. We believe that this will create a long-term, growing and value-adding alliance,” said Sinan Tunaoğlu, Chairman of the Board, Karel.

Karel is the market leader in Turkey and one of the top 15 manufacturers in the world, exporting products and technologies to more than 30 countries.


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