The lab will test 5G products and support growing sales and sourcing operations in the region
Nokia recently announced that it expanded its testing lab 5G located in Guadalajara Mexico; enabling it to test new use cases, new 5G products, and to support growing sales and sourcing operations in the region.
The laboratory of Nokia in Guadalajara started operations in 2017 and is currently running a wide range of equipment tests Nokia, such as radio frequency tests (3G, 4G and 5G), notification of product changes, thermal cameras, mechanical analysis, FAI, digital data, power supply and monitoring of performance realistic, among others.
The laboratory has received a significant investment in the last five years and works coordinately with the product design facilities of Nokia located in Dallas, Texas and Naperville, Illinois; in United States.
Raúl Romero, Director of Nokia for the North Region of Latin America and Director of Nokia Mexicocommented: “After excellent results in four years of operation, we have decided to increase our investment in Guadalajara. The laboratory is located in an ideal geographical point to provide services to both Latin America and North America. Additionally, our next 5G deployments in Mexico and Latin America they will be supported by our regional operations and by the free trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada (T-MEC) ”.
Laboratory ensures that products meet a wide range of standards
For his part, Pedro Rayas, Portfolio Maintenance and Supply Manager for Mexico at Nokia, commented: “Our laboratory executes tests which ensure that our products meet a wide range of national and international standards. These operations require highly trained professionals, so the position of Guadalajara as the Mexican Silicon Valley ensures that we will have access to professionals in technology and highly specialized telecommunications for the laboratory. We are very happy to increase our investment in Mexico, to show our commitment with our clients and to expand the impact of Mexico on 5G”.