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Nokia's largest shareholder is Solidium
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Nokia Corporation's largest investor, the Finnish government's investment firm Solidium, has increased its stake to just over 5% for the first time, to about 4.8%, according to a regulatory statement.
Nokia has announced a new advanced qualification - The Future of Work
The Nokia Bell Labs End-to-End 5G Network Certification Program provides vendors with agnostic and in-depth knowledge of the 5G network, particularly the Access, Core, and Transport domains.
Sam Chin has left the board of HMD Global
Sam Chin has been largely involved in the life history of the Nokia brand, but FIH has other plans. Sam Chin has more than 30 years of marketing, sales and operational experience in the global computer and electronics industry. From 2003 to 2012, Sam was President and CEO of Foxconn International Holdings, a subsidiary of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., a multinational electronics contract manufacturer.
Construction of 4G LTE network in Iraq in spring 2021
Unfortunately, this news has been on the front page for a month now, but I would like to highlight the weight of the news. In the spring of 2021, Nokia, a Finnish manufacturer of technical and telecommunications equipment, won the 4G LTE network deployment in Iraq.
The Nokia-StarHub partnership brings the Trial 5G network to Singapore
Finland's telecommunications giant and Singapore's StarHub are preparing to launch the first live 5G non-standalone network trial in Southeast Asia in a joint agreement with a leading telecommunications company. The development follows StarHub’s recent announcement that it has selected Nokia as its 5G technology partner to deploy the mmWave solution and the 5G Standalone Core network. The trial 5G network, which runs until February 16, 2021, is likely to allow StarHub to provide more data bandwidth and a reliable connection to its customers.
Nokia is selling its Gainspeed portfolio to Vecima Networks
Read this new portfolio sale, which of course Nokia Corporation has driven and sold its Gainspeed portfolio, along with all supporting technologies and devices, to Vecima Networks in Canada. Based in Victoria, Canada, Vecima is a leader in the development of integrated hardware and scalable software solutions for broadband access, content delivery and telematics. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed by the parties.