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Thanks to this powerful production capacities of the company quickly managed to consolidate its position in Europe and Asia. In 1998, Nokia announced an increase in profits yf 70 -% (210 billion euros), while its main rivals Motorola and Ericsson reported a reduced production rate. The mobile market continued to boom, while also growing and the market share of Nokia. Today, more than 50 000 highly qualified staff create advanced Nokia mobile phones in 18 enterprises of the company in ten countries in the world. Nokia's feature is that, in developing the next model, it focuses on a specific customer, giving him maximum convenience. Today the market offers a model for people who are actively involved in sports, business or leading a secular life in the categories: Basic (2hhh), Expression (3hhh), Active (5xxx), Classic (6xxx), Fashion (7hhh) and Premium (8xxx) . They differ appropriate design and features. Milestones in the history of the company Nokia: 1865: The Birth of Nokia in the wood industry – the emergence of factories on the river Fredrik Idestama Nokia, southern Finland.

1917: Nokia is a coalition of three companies and expands the range of activities to the manufacture of rubber and the production of cables for power lines. 1967: Nokia teams up with The Finnish Rubber Works and The Finnish Cable Works. Education Corporation Nokia Corporation. 1973: Available in the production of the most popular model rubber boots from Nokia, Kontio – different colors and all ages. 1975 announced a computer MikriMikki 3. 1977: Kari H. Kairamo becomes CEO of Nokia Corporation, which meant the transformation of Nokia's electronics giant.

1979: Birth of mobile phones Nokia. 1981: Birth Nokia Telecommunications. 1984: Nokia is the world's first automobile NMT-phone and starts to export to the Soviet Union. 1986: Nokia cellular phone standard is NMT. Board divided on Nokia Electronics Nokia Information Systems, Mobile Phones and Nokia Telecommunications. 1987: Nokia is the world's first NMT-phone that can fit in your pocket. The operators of 13 European countries sign agreement on joint construction and promotion of the network standard, GSM. 1991: The first call to a commercial standard esti GSM – made in Finland equipment Nokia. 1992: Jorma Ollila as Chief Executive Officer. 1992: Nokia introduces the first portable GSM-phone Nokia 101, which fits in your hand. 1993: Nokia takes the motto 'Connecting people', featuring Nokia's contribution to the development of wireless technologies. 1994: Nokia becomes the first European manufacturer supplying mobile phones in Japan. There was a series of 2100. Around the world, has sold nearly 20 million of these phones. 1995: Nokia is the smallest base station for mobile GSM / DCS-network, Nokia PrimeSite. 1996: Nokia is the world's first communicator Nokia 9000. 1997: Nokia moves its strategic objective to connect mobile technology and the Internet. 1999: Nokia releases the first model with support for WAP – Nokia 7110. 2000: Jorma Ollila was named Industry Week magazine manager of the year. Nokia 9210 released – the first phone model with a color screen. Nokia split in Nokia Mobile Phones and Nokia Networks. 2001: Nokia continues to develop a new strategic goal 'Internet in your pocket every' and maintain leadership in the 21st century. 2002: 7650 – the first phone from Nokia on Series 60 and a camera. It was the first call to a commercial third-generation networks based on WCDMA.