For Nokia Oyj (ADR) (NYSE:NOK), dreams are valid provided as long as one continues to input all it takes towards achieving them. The top end company has been doing pretty well over the years, but this time around it wants move higher on the stair-way by actually moving past what it has over the years been known for-a handset maker to building its footprint in the Asian-Pacific market as one of the best providers of the next generation networks.

Asides from that, sources also indicate its commitment to pay a major focus on key verticals such as transportation and healthcare.

Asia-Pacific region is home to about 60 percent of the world’s population and most of the people in this zone are well familiar with cloud, mobility and social media. In the recent past, this region has been characterized by numerous stages of the digital transformation thus attracting the world’s attention to it.

The most beautiful aspect about this lies in the fact that it has provided opportunities whereby Nokia has been capacitated to actually move ahead with major expansions in terms of technology in areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), 4G and 5G, digital health as well as artificial intelligence.

Nokia’s senior vice president for Asia-Pacific and Japan, Sandeep Girotra, was lately interviewed. In the course of the interview, he was asked by the interviewer whether or not it was going to prove challenging to actually shake off public perception that the company was fundamentally a handset maker in opposition to being a provider of enterprise networking services.

While speaking, the top executive first and foremost showed the company’s great pride in the heritage. He went ahead to add that the top-notch phones made an unforgettable mark that will make them remembered for a long time to come for their high quality products.

Girotra affirms that they feel very much encouraged to do all within their means to expand as well as be able to generate high revenues. The company at the moment looks forward to drive digital transformation as well as come up with the next-generation networks to better serve the expansive Asian customer base.