Nokia Siemens Networks debuts at CTIA ahead of the new company's start of operations on April 1, 2007

March 27, 2007

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Nokia and Siemens are debuting in North America their future joint ventureNokia Siemens Networks just days before the new company's start ofoperations on April 1, 2007.

The North American market is a global strategic opportunity for the futureNokia Siemens Networks. At a press conference on Tuesday, March 27 at 12p.m., in Room 312B, Global CEO Designate Simon Beresford-Wylie and NorthAmerican Region Head Designate Mark Louison will reveal the new company'sregional plans to emerge as the leading communications infrastructuresupplier in North America. They will discuss how the new company is equippedwith best-in-class products, solutions, and end-to-end capabilities thattarget the unique challenges of North American operators.

"The communications industry has a truly historic opportunity ahead of us tobring mobile and fixed broadband connections to the five billion people whowill be 'always on' by 2015," said Simon Beresford-Wylie, CEO Designate."Nokia Siemens Networks will begin operations as one of the top threeinfrastructure suppliers in the world with the scale and resources to emergeas the leader in critical markets like North America."

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