Telenor to Develop Big Data Services in Norway in December

Telenor to Develop Big Data Services in Norway in December

Telenor is about to upgrade its capability in data capture and Big Data analysis. Furthermore, it is planning to start new services that it supposed to make accessible from 15 December. Additionally, it decided to establish its customer’s data and mark it as available for analysis. Telenor to Develop Big Data Services in Norway in December

CEO Sigve Brekke said that Telenor will develop its skills in this field first in its home market Norway. Moreover, they will start work in Europe and Asia after developing their skills in Scandinavia.

Telenor to Develop Big Data Services in Norway in December

According to the Data analysis Johannes Bjelland,

Telenor was able to use information from its mobile network to calculate a 20 percent rise in the population of the town in the first few hours of Arendal Week.

Brekke said

Telenor was already working on a range of exciting applications for mobile data with its research partners, public authorities and commercial companies.

He further explained that such material can be apply in transport planning, offering better medical treatment and social services, as well as tailored travel facilities. Additionally, Telenor already analyzed and started Artificial Internet and the Internet of Things.

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