Nokia Oyj (NOK)
20 Oct 2017
Thu, Oct 19 2017
* ALTRAN AND NOKIA EXPAND STRATEGIC COLLABORATION TO DELIVER INNOVATIVE IOT SOLUTIONS FOR AUTO AND RAILWAYS SECTORS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* Says Nokia and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH have announced a strategic partnership to more easily deploy industrial IoT solutions from sensors through to applications Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Helsinki Newsroom)
* NOKIA FOCUSES ON PATENT, BRAND AND TECHNOLOGY LICENSING AND TARGETS FASTER GROWTH IN DIGITAL HEALTH WITH SHARPENED STRATEGY FOR NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES
HELSINKI He runs a company that is a byword for technological innovation -- but Nokia's chairman had no qualms about going back to school to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI).
HELSINKI, Oct 6 He runs a company that is a byword for technological innovation -- but Nokia's chairman had no qualms about going back to school to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI).
PARIS Nokia has reaffirmed its commitment to creating research and development jobs in France, the country's junior economy minister said on Monday, though the Finnish telecoms maker will still be able to cut hundreds of jobs in other areas.
* To help Idea Cellular meet bandwidth demand by deploying 1830 photonic services switch based wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) solution Source text - Nokia will help Idea Cellular meet ever-increasing bandwidth demand by deploying Nokia's 1830 Photonic Services Switch (PSS) based Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) solution. The optical transport network solution will be implemented across fiber-constrained geographies on the Idea network. Once the technology is deployed, Idea will be
PARIS Nokia's plan to cut almost 600 jobs in France is suspended until Oct. 2, French junior economy minister Benjamin Griveaux said on Tuesday after meeting the head of the Finnish telecom equipment maker's French unit.
* Says to modernize private nationwide LTE network for Finland's Ukkoverkot, supporting industrial and public safety services
HELSINKI Nokia will start to book additional revenue from the current quarter after a ruling by an arbitration court on payments from South Korea's LG Electronics for using its smartphone patents.
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