Nokia Research Centre

Nokia Research Centre

The mission of Nokia Research Center is to explore technology frontiers and solve scientific challenges today, in order for Nokia to deliver irresistible personal experiences tomorrow.

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Address: Broers Building, 21 J J Thomson Avenue, Cambridge
Postcode: CB3 0FA
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://research.nokia.com
Membership type:Founder Member (£5,000+VAT pa)

NRC has been exploring and developing mobile technologies for over 20 years. Always seeking to go beyond the state of the art, we embrace open collaboration and partnering for greater innovation - as we lead Nokia’s transition to an Internet company with increased ambition, focus, and long term perspective; our doors are open to ever-increasing possibility.

There are more than 800 of us, researchers, engineers and scientists, working in the research centers and lablets that Nokia maintains around the globe. We have a variety of personal and technical backgrounds, but we are all working on research issues relating to mobility of voice and data, management and communications.

Nokia Research Center (NRC) is a separate unit within Nokia, not attached to any one of the specific product development business units.

Weblinks:
http://research.nokia.com
http://www.nokia.co.uk

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Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise expand collaboration on Enterprise of Things

Nokia and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) have announced a strategic collaboration on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for enterprise customers.

30 November 2016Read in full

Nokia announces Open Innovation Challenge 2016 winners

Start-ups with innovative products focusing on the connected home, digital health and big data have taken the top three spots in Nokia's 2016 Open Innovation Challenge.

26 October 2016Read in full

Fixing the unfixable is the big challenge for true network transformation, says Nokia

Fixed networks will play a key role in achieving network transformation and true convergence with mobile as the world moves relentlessly into the seamless communications era of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT). That was the resounding message given to the market yesterday (Tues) by Federico Guillen, president of Nokia’s Fixed Network Business Group.

19 October 2016Read in full

The SkinHaptics device sends ultrasound through the hand

University of Sussex research brings ‘smart hands’ closer to reality

Using your skin as a touchscreen has been brought a step closer after UK scientists successfully created tactile sensations on the palm using ultrasound sent through the hand.

14 April 2016Read in full

The Mobile Data Challenge (MDC) Special Issue

Published in the Pervasive Mobile Computing Journal

12 December 2013Read in full

NRC Lausanne and Idiap Research Institute host Mobile Data Challenge 2012 Workshop

NRC Lausanne and Idiap Research Institute host Mobile Data Challenge 2012 Workshop

This past week, the Idiap Research Institute in Switzerland and Nokia Research Center Lausanne welcomed the top contributors to the Nokia Mobile Data Challenge (MDC) to a workshop held in Newcastle, UK, on June 18-19.

22 June 2012Read in full

Nokia Mobile Data Challenge update - May 2012

The Nokia Mobile Data Challenge team has completed the paper selection for the upcoming MDC workshop, organized in connection with the Pervasive 2012 conference in Newcastle, UK, June 18-19.

21 May 2012Read in full

Stay Superdry With Nokia's Nanotech Phone Coating

Stay Superdry With Nokia's Nanotech Phone Coating

Nokia Conversations has taken some time to check out the amazing work being done at Nokia Research Center in Cambridge, UK:

6 March 2012Read in full

Nokia to acquire Symbian Limited to enable evolution of the leading open mobile platform

Espoo, Finland - Nokia today announced it has launched a cash offer to acquire all of the shares of Symbian Limited that Nokia does not already own, at a price of EUR 3.647 per share. The net cash outlay from Nokia to purchase the approximately 52% of Symbian Limited shares it does not already own will be approximately EUR 264 million.

25 June 2008Read in full