Nokia: Born Again (in the USA)

Mallinson, Keith
September 2010
Wireless Week;Sep2010, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the reliance of Nokia Corp. on Symbian Ltd. to be successful in the cell phone industry in the U.S. Sufficient carrier route-to-market and associated subsidies are missing in the global product strategy of Nokia which has been unwilling to bend to local requirements of U.S. carriers. The need by Nokia for universal mobile telecommunications systems (UMTS) has been addressed by partnering with Qualcomm Inc.


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