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Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (Indosat) has partnered with Nokia to introduce Bell Labs' learning and certification programs to university students in Indonesia, aiming to improve the country's digital talent competencies.

Through the partnership, Indonesia's digital talent pool is expected to improve its capabilities in adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

Indosat and Nokia also plan to conduct a competence development program and cultivate promising talents. The candidates will have the opportunity to visit one of the research and development innovation laboratories worldwide.

“Learning from Nokia Bell Labs will not only introduce young and brilliant Indonesian youth to the latest technological developments but also empower them to play a more active role in the fast-becoming pervasive global digital economy. With the endeavor we administer, we believe we can contribute to achieving the nation’s vision of Golden Indonesia 2045,” said Vikram Sinha, President Director and Chief Executive Officer of Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison.

Participants in the program are expected to gain significant insights and experience through interactions with professionals in Nokia's top-tier R&D laboratories, which focus on recent technological advancements, such as AI, machine learning (ML), security, and other innovative developments.

Ozgur Erzincan, Head of Market Unit at Nokia Indonesia, expressed his enthusiasm regarding the partnership and looks forward to sharing Nokia's extensive R&D with the students.

“Nokia Bell Labs is at the forefront of global technology developments and the program will provide an unmatched opportunity for the participants to advance their learnings by interacting with our industry-recognized experts,” said Erzincan.

The partnership was finalized at MWC Barcelona 2024 and was signed by Vikram Sinha and Pekka Lundmark, President and CEO of Nokia.

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