Nokia rings up Chinese connection

June 8, 2007

Mobile phone company Nokia has set up a joint research centre with a Chinese university. Tsinghua University and Nokia will research the internet, wireless and interactive communications for Asia, and mechanics and hardware for multimedia devices and mobile internet services.

About 20 Nokia researchers will work alongside 30 professors and associates and up to 50 students from the university. The deal, which is the first of its kind for Nokia in Asia, follows similar arrangements between the company and universities in the US, the UK and Finland.

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