Nokia has been connecting people by creating mobile phones and networking technologies for over two decades now. Nokia phones and technologies are not only synonyms for connection, but also durability and security. Networks are now doing great in the transition towards new networking standards, but phones are also coming back on track with some latest announcements. But, Nokia mobile has been in the game with smartphones since , and the Nokia phones it created are mostly known to be nicely designed, durable, and safe. The paper is based on software, security updates, build quality, and devices recommended for both the general market and enterprises. Nokia phones, according to Counterpoint Research investigations of markets, are for the second consecutive year a leader among other manufacturers in providing the fastest software and security updates across its portfolio of general and enterprise recommended devices.
It all began for Nokia when Fredrik Idestam built a paper mill back in Between the years of and Nokia was recognized as a vital industrial machine; though further expansion needed a merger with a cable company and another merger with a rubber firm to set up the Nokia Corporation. This was the beginning of the move to electronics production by the company. The mobile phone era for Nokia began in when the first ever international mobile phone network was built called the Nordic Mobile Telephone NMT. The devices unit looks after the development and management of mobile devices portfolio which is targeted at all major consumer segments. The solutions department ensures that it continuously develops solutions whereby ensuring that a particular mobile device has integrated contents and personalized services and the output of these three components results into a leading mobile phone for the end user. The solutions unit works with other departments in close proximity to provide such solutions.
Nokia is a Finnish multinational corporation founded on 12 May as a single paper mill operation. Through the 19th century the company expanded, branching into several different products. In , the Nokia corporation was formed. In the late 20th century, the company took advantage of the increasing popularity of computer and mobile phones. However, increased competition and other market forces caused changes in Nokia's business arrangements.
Nokia can trace its roots back to and a pulp mill in south-west Finland. Here we track Nokia's rise, and subsequent fall. Nokia wellies are still made today, though not by the telecoms company.