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NSN Appoints Services Leader

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ESPOO, Finland -- Eva Elmstedt has been appointed to lead the services business at Nokia Siemens Networks, effective June 1, 2013. Elmstedt will report to CEO Rajeev Suri and join the company’s executive board. She will be based in Munich, Germany. Elmstedt joins Nokia Siemens Networks from Ericsson, where she recently held the role of Vice President, Product Related Services responsible for network implementation, care services and optimization services. In this role she was responsible for a significant portion of Ericsson’s revenue, managed a large, global organization, and drove significantly improved revenue and profitability. Before that role, Elmstedt held a number of other senior roles at Ericsson and was responsible for Customer Support and IT Service Delivery. “Having competed against Eva in the past, I am particularly pleased to now have her as a member of the Nokia Siemens Networks team,” said Suri. “She has both depth and drive, and I look forward to her taking our powerful Services organization to the next level, ensuring we have a strong, profitable business.” Nokia Siemens Networks

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