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Hitt og þetta 13. febrúar 2006

CEO of Nokia sees multiradio technologies enhancing mobile communications

Nordic Business Report-February 13, 2006-CEO of Nokia sees multiradio technologies enhancing mobile communications
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Jorma Ollila, CEO of the Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia, spoke on Monday (13 February) at the 3GSM World Congress 2006 on how multiradio technologies are enhancing mobile communications. "We strongly believe that the technological developments announced here today will provide the basis for a future of faster, easier and more cost-effective mobile telephony services," the CEO said. "Complemented by emerging multiradio technologies, our devices and network solutions continue to offer an excellent user experience," he added. The CEO also delivered some forecasts on Nokia's device volumes in 2006, and said that Nokia would sell some 40 million 3G/WCDMA devices this year. "We expect to ship close to 80 million devices with integrated music players, and more than 150 million devices with an integrated FM radio," he added.

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