Nokia announced an agreement under which Nokia can use Oracle's Carrier Grade Framework product offering

February 14, 2006

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ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia, the world leader in mobile communications, and Oracle, the world's largest enterprise software company, today announced an agreement under which Nokia can use Oracle's Carrier Grade Framework product offering in its next generation telecommunication subscriber register solution. Subscriber registers are essential to maintain real-time information about mobile and converged network users.

Nokia plans to incorporate Oracle's technologies into Nokia's next generation telecommunication subscriber register solution. Nokia is today one of the leading suppliers of Home Location Register (HLRs), providing extremely reliable systems and the highest transaction capacities for the subscriber database needs of telecom networks.

Nokia will build on its strong HLR capabilities and enhance its existing register solutions to cover all requirements for real-time subscriber data demanded by existing and new services in both mobile and converged networks.

In a separate release:

Espoo, Finland - Nokia, the world leader in mobile communications, and MySQL AB, the leading global supplier of database technology, today announced an agreement under which Nokia plans to use MySQL® Cluster database technology in its next generation telecommunication subscriber register solution. Subscriber registers are essential to maintain real-time information about mobile and converged network users.

Nokia plans to incorporate MySQL's database technologies into Nokia's next generation telecommunication subscriber register solution. Nokia is today one of the leading suppliers of Home Location Register (HLRs), providing extremely reliable systems and the highest transaction capacities for the subscriber database needs of telecom networks.

Nokia will build on its strong HLR capabilities and enhance its existing register solutions to cover all requirements for real-time subscriber data demanded by existing and new services in both mobile and converged networks.

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK)

Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL)

MySQL AB

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