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Nokia provides connectivity technology for Alex Thomson Racing

Monday 9 November 2020 | 09:58 CET | News
Nokia is providing technology to support UK-based sailing team Alex Thomson Racing on its round-the-world race. The partnership sees Nokia Bell Labs work with the team to adapt existing and develop new connectivity and sensory technology in mission-critical environments on the boat. 

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Companies: Nokia / Nokia Bell Labs
Countries: World
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