NSN Names New CMO

Nokia Siemens Networks announces that Bosco Novak will assume the position of chief of market operations, effective immediately

April 21, 2009

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ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia Siemens Networks announced today that Bosco Novak will assume the position of chief of market operations, effective immediately. Novak, currently head of human resources, will remain a member of the company’s executive board.

“As head of HR, Bosco has played an essential role in the successful Nokia Siemens Networks integration process,” said Simon Beresford-Wylie, Nokia Siemens Networks’ chief executive officer. “Given this experience, as well as his demonstrated leadership in the telecom sector and passion for customer engagement, Bosco is the right leader to further strengthen our customer-facing organization.”

Prior to leading human resources, Novak was senior vice president for the Services business unit within Nokia’s Networks business. He has also held a number of customer-focused leadership roles both with Nokia, which he joined in 2000, and Ericsson, where he worked from 1991-1999.

Christoph Caselitz, who has been the company’s chief of market operations (CMO) since the start of operations on 1 April 2007, will take on a new role supporting global customer relationships and related CMO strategy. “It has been an exciting and demanding three years with Nokia Siemens Networks – focused on integration planning for a year before the start of the Company followed by two years leading the CMO organization,” said Caselitz. “I am pleased to hand the reins over to Bosco and focus my efforts on the customer issues that are closest to my heart.”

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