This excerpt taken from the NOK 6-K filed Nov 1, 2005.
Nokia Unified Device Management Solution lets operators serve their clients easily and cost-effectively, enabling over-the-air SIM card management as well as providing the tools to manage PDAs and smartphones for corporate clients. It allows operators to quickly deploy the latest services to their customers, a crucial advantage in todays cutthroat business environment.
Nokia provides a full range of support and services to help operators differentiate and innovate their mobile offerings, with over 15 years of experience in working with customers to get the most out of their networks.
Nokia established its Services business unit in Networks at the start of 2005, and has since taken big strides that underline its commitment to this growing business. In August alone it announced a $125 million managed services and GSM/EDGE network expansion deal with Indias Bharti Tele-Ventures, and said it would establish a Global Networks Operation Center in India by the end of the year.
Services is a growth area for the Networks business group, representing already today more than 30% of its revenues (including support software), and we expect to see important developments especially in the areas of Managed Services, Systems Integration and Service Management, Bosco Novak adds.
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