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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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Harri joined Nokia Research Center 1994 and completed his MSc from Aalto University.
Nokia Research Center (NRC), now with six labs in eleven locations worldwide, is set up to collaborate with universities and other institutes to conduct leading-edge research on mobile devices.
What developers can offer today aren't really wearable but only "bearable" computers, remarks Juha Kaario of Nokia Research Center in Tampere, Finland.
He also spent four years as a research engineer at the Nokia Research Center, and has held a variety of other engineering and technical roles at companies such as MontaVista Software and Surfkitchen.
Nokia Research Center leader Jani Kivioja conceives the technology will ultimately have the same impact on manufacturing as iron and silicon have had in previous generations and now we are now looking at the beginning of a graphene revolution.
What's more, the network protocol being built by Umesh Chandra of the Nokia Research Center in Palo Alto, California, will get mobile phones connected to the web via SMS.
The company said that its Nokia Research Center is collaborating with UC Berkeley's California Center for Innovative Transportation (CCIT), the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in the US, and NAVTEQ, a provider of digital map information, to design, execute and analyse the traffic system.
At the same time Nokia Research Center (NRC), which specialises in long-term research activities within Nokia, plans to sharpen its focus on fewer but stronger research areas.
There is currently no standard for this type of high speed, low power wireless data transfer," said Hannu Kauppinen, Head of Nokia Research Center.
At the same time Nokia Research Center and Helsinki University of Technology announced a joint strategic research program in the area of mobile communications technologies.
In this work, a team of Finland-based authors (from Oy Aqua Records Ltd, Nokia Research Center, and Nokia Networks) provide an overview of UMTS architecture and its evolution and explain the ways in which it can be used as a third generation platform for mobility and multimedia services.
The developer feedback about our WebCL prototype for Firefox has been positive, and we are committed to work with the open-source community to align it with the developing WebCL standard," says Jyri Huopaniemi, director, media technologies, Nokia Research Center.