Video: Meet Basil & Pepper in NRC Cognitive Radio

17. June 2010 at 15:15

Cognitive Radio

Nokia is not just the leading mobile manufacturer in the entire world and they are also in one of the top companies in the field of eco solutions and innovations. With the Nokia Research Center’s newest creation, the Cognitive Radio, it will be able to lessen our problems and make our lives easier. Alike to Nokia’s slogan “Connecting People” and that is how this project reflects all-in-all.

From the official NRC page:

Empowering a new realm of devices and services through optimized connectivity. The world is moving towards a fundamentally disruptive new era where mutually-conscious intelligent devices leverage awareness of environmental circumstances and user needs to determine how to communicate on the fly via dynamic spectrum use for improved connectivity and capacity.

Nokia Capital Markets Day | Re-engineered Symbian Devices Arriving Next Year

2. December 2009 at 11:51

Today, at its annual Capital Markets Day event, Nokia set key targets and forecasts for the company and its industry for 2010. Senior company executives outlined how Nokia’s focus on execution combined with its core competitive advantages, position the company to achieve and sustain broad-based success in the mobile devices market. At the event, Nokia also demonstrated significant improvements to its forthcoming version of the Symbian user interface.

Giesecke & Devrient acquires Nokia’s shares in Venyon

1. December 2009 at 09:18

Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) and Nokia today announced that G&D has become the sole shareholder in Venyon Oy by acquiring the shares held by Nokia. G&D held a majority of the shares before the acquisition. Since its creation in 2006, Venyon has established itself as one of the leading trusted service managers (TSM) on the mobile near field communication (NFC) market.

Nokia Continues To Streamline Its R&D Operations

20. November 2009 at 13:32

Nokia plans to align its research and development (R&D) operations in Finland and Denmark to be in line with the company’s focused portfolio of future products. The planned changes are expected to affect up to 230 employees at Nokia’s Oulu site in Finland and approximately 100 employees at Nokia’s Copenhagen site. The total number would represent approximately 2% of Nokia’s R&D personnel globally.