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Nokia

(nō`kēä), town (1996 pop. 26,326), Western Finland prov., SW Finland, on Lake Näsijärvi. It is an industrial community where wood and rubber products are manufactured.
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Nokia's next generation IP300 product series combines the best features of earlier Nokia platforms to set a new standard for the small- to medium-sized enterprise office," said Dan MacDonald, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Nokia Internet Communications.
The collaboration will initially focus on the development of a wireless connectivity client for select Nokia mobile business devices running on Series 80 and S60 software platforms.
The Nokia IP710 complements the award winning IP530 and IP740 platforms by delivering high availability features and performance in a mid-range platform.
Member companies are also invited to participate in valuable co-marketing activities with Nokia.
Among the leading solutions from Insignia that run on Nokia devices are its OMA Client Provisioning, OMA Device Provisioning and Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) products.
The teamwork between Six Apart and Nokia continues to result in creative ways to improve our users' blogging experience," said Barak Berkowitz, Six Apart's CEO.
Working closely with Nokia engineers over the past year has made ART a stronger and more innovative competitor," said Eran Aharonson, CEO of ART.
DTAC will upgrade the entire core network to Nokia "i-series" (MSCi's).
The integrated CIF camera in the Nokia 6610i phone is optimized for color screens (128 x 128 pixel display) of smaller handsets.
We are happy that IDEA has selected Nokia as the sole supplier of their GPRS network.
Consumer electronics, communications, IT and media industries are all transforming, and Nokia is in a key position to drive the transformation with compelling products and superior technological understanding," said Juha Putkiranta, Nokia's Senior Vice President, Imaging Business Unit.
Printing is a breeze for users of the Nokia 7610 imaging device - pictures can be turned into prints in just a few seconds via a Bluetooth connection to a compatible printer or by using a printer kiosk available in Nokia branded retail locations or other photo shops.