Nokia Seeks Top Spot In E-Mail Devices

Smith, Brad
November 2004
Wireless Week;11/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p24
Trade Publication
Provides information on the Enterprise Solutions business group of Nokia Corp. led by Mary McDowell. Percentage of the division's market share in the e-mail device market in the third quarter of 2004; Background on several enterprise cellular telephones to be launched in 2005; Establishment of partnerships by Nokia with various e-mail solution providers, including Good Technology Inc.


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