Resetting Goals: Nokia's Strategy For Success

Albright, Peggy
November 1999
Wireless Week;11/15/99, Vol. 5 Issue 46, p37
Trade Publication
Discusses the strategy used by Nokia Inc. to keep ahead in delivering Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)-enabled devices. Statement issued by Kari-Pekka Wilska, president of Nokia Inc. and senior vice president and general manager of Nokia Mobile Phones for the Americas; How Nokia helps its customers deploy WAP services; Nokia's work with content developers.


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