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  • Apple appoints Roman moneyman

    He joined Apple from Xerox in 2013. He spent 20 years at General Motors where he worked as CFO of several units including GM Europe. Before joining Xerox, he was CFO of network equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks.
  • Chinese firms win huge 4G contracts

    European vendors Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) have obtained a share of around 10 percent each.
  • Nokia Lumia sales up but not by enough

    FinancialThe Group had gross cash of €9.5 billion by the end of the quarter and net cash of €4.1 billion. Nokia Siemens Networks contributed gross and net cash of €2.5 billion and €1.4 billion respectively.
  • Nokia to buy Nokia Siemens Networks

    Struggling Finnish mobile company Nokia has written a $2.2 billion cheque to buy Siemens out of its Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) partnership.
  • Nokia back from the dead

    This is all thanks to rising Lumia smartphone sales and a turnaround at its equipment venture Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)
  • Nokia Siemens Networks sells optical fibre unit

    Mobile telecoms equipment joint venture Nokia Siemens Networks is to sell its optical fibre unit to Marlin Equity Partners.
  • Ericsson likely to buy Nokia Siemens Networks business arm

    Ericsson is starting to look likely to buy the business support systems (BSS) unit of rival Nokia Siemens Networks.
  • Freescale sticks a mobile base station on a chip

    It is not entirely blue sky. Freescale said it has Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens Networks coming up with ideas based around the technology. So far, the ideas are called cloud radio access network, or cloud-RAN, which takes the base station away from the cell site.
  • Wikileaks cables shows the world it's being watched - always

    Others such as Alcatel-Lucent and Siemens also make an appearance. Nokia Siemens Networks has its woeful record featured after a subsidiary, sold to Trovicor, was found to have supplied monitoring equipment to repressive regimes.
  • Hague Iran snafu raises questions about software exports

    It mirrors the controversy surrounding Nokia Siemens Networks, which also supplied monitoring gear to Iran which led to human rights activists being arrested in the country.
  • Nokia Siemens starts axing staff

    Nokia Siemens Networks has begun culling 1,500 jobs from the 6,900 staff it acquired with its $1.2 billion acquisition of Motorola's wireless business in April.
  • Swingin' Elop demonstrates Nokia's Swing Factor

    FinancialIts one saving grace appears to be its telecommunications equipment arm - Nokia Siemens Networks- which was the only part of the business to show growth year on year.
  • ZTE releases 'world's smallest' LTE base station

    And with the LTE market set to grow over the next few years, ZTE needs to do all it can to keep up with Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks and Huawei which are currently at the forefront of the market according to Gartner.
  • Nokia Siemens sell-off fails to win over investors

    According to the Wall Street Journal,  both outfits are thinking that they will have to start looking behind the back of the sofa to find pennies to pump more money into Nokia Siemens Networks.
  • Nokia Networks invests in chip outfit

    Nokia Siemens Networks, which is the spin off of the more famous former rubber boot maker, has suddenly splashed out on a chipmaker.
  • Vodafone soars on smartphone sales

    However Ericsson isn't Sequans only bedmate, with the company also working with Nokia Siemens Networks, Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent and ZTE on LTE technology.
  • Telecoms service market on the up

    Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson didn't do too badly, with year-on-year growth of 13 percent and 11 percent respectively, while Nokia Siemens Networks' (NSN) revenues in the fourth quarter of 2010 grew by 0.5 percent to hit $5.4 billion.
  • Motorola and Huawei call patent ceasefire

    The companies have announced there's a happy medium in that patent dispute, and have entered into an agreement to settle all lawsuits between them. The move has now cleared the way for Motorola to complete the sale of one of its business units to Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)

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