Nokia Opens China R&D Center

Nokia opens mobile infrastructure R&D center in Chengdu, China to develop 3G- and IMS-based applications

August 30, 2005

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HELSINKI -- Nokia has established a Research and Development center for mobile infrastructure in Chengdu, the capital city of the Sichuan province in Western China. The R&D centre will develop mobile applications based on 3G and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) for both Chinese and global markets. The R&D Center was opened during an inauguration ceremony on Sunday 28 August.

Nokia Chengdu R&D center is the company's sixth R&D unit and second 3G R&D center in China. Nokia is committed to long-term development in China. With strong local R&D, manufacturing and innovative technologies, Nokia has continuously strengthened its market position in China as the number one supplier of mobile devices and a leading supplier of mobile networks.

"Nokia is delighted to establish a new R&D centre in this part of China." said David Ho, President of Nokia China. "This marks another important step forward for Nokia in implementing its localization strategy. On the other hand, this R&D Center will further strengthen our partnership with and our market position in this important economic center of China."

Nokia Corp.

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