The inside story of Nokia's rise from smalltown Finnish rubber factory to global telecommunications superpower. Based on unprecedented access to company archives and employees past and present, the book provides an honest and authoritative account of Nokia's astonishing success and how it has been achieved.Nokia also benefited from the European cable cartel, which restricted the access of other cable producers to Russia and Finland. Cable became the mainstay ... Other products included communications links for gas pipelines, pulse code modulation (PCM) equipment for telephone networks, an electronic scoreboard and result service for Lenin Stadium in Moscow, and mobile phones. The most importantanbsp;...
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