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ID number:660405
Published: 07.12.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

The company Nokia is
living in the digital age. Their business objective is to strengthen their position as a leading communication systems and products provider. Their strategic intent, as the trusted brand, is to create personalized communication technology that enables people to shape their own mobile world.
The company innovate technology to allow people to access Internet applications, devices and services instantly, irrespective of time and place. Achieving interoperability of network environments, terminals and mobile services is a key part of their intent.
The company intend to capitalize on their leadership role by continuing to target and enter segments of the communications market that they believe will experience rapid growth or grow faster than the industry as a whole.
By expanding into these segments during the initial stages of their development, the company has established Nokia as one of the world's leading players in wireless communications and significantly influenced the way in which voice and other services have been transferred to a wireless, mobile environment.
As demand for wireless access to an increasing range of services accelerates, they plan to lead the development and commercialization of the higher capacity networks and systems required to make wireless content more accessible and rewarding to the end user. In the process, they plan to offer their customers unprecedented choice, speed and value.
Nokia has a history of contributing to the development of new technologies, products and systems for mobile communications. Recent examples include: company’s commitment to the Open Mobile Alliance; the co-development of the new operating system for future terminals with Symbian; short-range wireless connectivity with Bluetooth; wireless LANs for enabling local mobility in fixed LANs; and MMS for enabling mobile multimedia messaging.
In addition, the company continue to be active in IP convergence. Nokia has established alliances with other service providers in order to make mobile access to services easier for the end user. …

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