Nokia tests servers in India for corporate email access

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If you all can remember, there was a crisis in India for BlackBerry. The Indian government wanted complete control of the data that is sent through secure lines to BlackBerry servers out of the county. BlackBerry however provided access to its Messenger data, but it says that it has no technology using which it can give access to it to the government.

After this, the Indian government eyed Google and Nokia for the same. Nokia had said long back that it would set up servers in India to provide access to data to government, and now, that is happening. The servers have been deployed and they are under testing with the Nokia team and the government officials.

D. Shivakumar, vice president of Nokia India, said:

What the government is asking for in terms of interception is completely valid. We have already placed the servers. We are testing them with the government agency. It is likely to be completed in three months.

When the media asked about the investment, he said “The investment is committed to the country.” It is now to see what will the government do.

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