Nokia is a Finnish multinational communications corporation engaged in the manufacturing of mobile devices, network infrastructure, location-based technologies, and advanced technologies businesses worldwide. The corporation is also engaged in converging internet and communications industries. It manufactures a wide range of mobile devices with services and software that enable people to experience music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games, business mobility, and more.
Nokia also operates through four segments, including mobile broadband, global services, HERE, and technologies. Its mobile broadband segment provides consumers with hardware and core network software required to deliver mobile voice and data services. The corporation’s technology segment is involved in the development and sale of intellectual property rights and technology licensing activities. Its global services segment provides network implementation, care, managed services, and network planning and optimization. Finally, the HERE segment provides the development of local commerce, location-based services, and more.
Company Growth (employees)
Espoo, FI
Size (employees)
101,083 (est)
Nokia was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in Espoo, FI

Key People/Management at Nokia

Rajeev Suri

Rajeev Suri

President & CEO
Timo Ihamuotila

Timo Ihamuotila

EVP & Group CFO
Barry French

Barry French

EVP, Marketing and Corporate Affairs
Maria Varsellona

Maria Varsellona

Samih Elhage

Samih Elhage

President Mobile Networks
Hans-Jürgen Bill

Hans-Jürgen Bill

Chief Human Resources Officer

Nokia Office Locations

Nokia has offices in Espoo, Budapest, Bangkok, Bogotá and in 33 other locations
Espoo, FI (HQ)
Karaportti 3 FI-02610
Budapest, HU
6 Köztelek u.
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Nokia Financials and Metrics

Nokia Financials

Nokia's revenue was reported to be €12.5 b in FY, 2015 which is a 6% increase from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2015)

12.5 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %


Market capitalization (17-Oct-2017)

33 b

Closing share price (17-Oct-2017)

Nokia's current market capitalization is $33 b.
EURFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


11.8 b11.8 b12.5 b

Revenue growth, %

EURY, 2015


244.9 k
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Nokia Operating Metrics

FY, 2015

Patents Issued

30 k

Patents and Patent Applications

9.9 k
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Nokia Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
ComptelFebruary 09, 2017$370 m

Nokia Market Value History

Nokia Revenue Breakdown

Nokia Median Salaries

Source: 618 public H-1B filings from Nokia

Traffic Overview of Nokia

Nokia Online and Social Media Presence

Nokia News and Updates

Nokia Halt of OZO Reflects Limited Content Demand

Nokia points to slower-than-expected VR development as a major factor in its decision this week to halt development of its 360-degree OZO VR camera.

These were the 10 biggest European tech stories this week

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Learn how Nokia is enabling the evolution to 5G

4.5G Pro and 4.9 G set the stage for rapid commercialization of 5G Ahead of the planned release of the 5G New Radio specification in mid-2018, pre-standard lab and field trials have established a clear evolutionary path forward to a new era of communications marked by ultra-high-capacity and incredi…

Shift toward virtualization underscored with Nokia’s vDAA

WOW! to roll out Nokia’s virtualized Distributed Access Architecture WideOpenWest (WOW!) and Nokia announced the deployment of what the companies claim to be the first virtualized Distributed Access Architecture (vDAA). Nokia said its Unified Cable Access solution will increase the capacity of WOW!’…

Nokia's ditching virtual reality and a quarter of its workforce

Nokia is ditching development on virtual reality and cutting more than a quarter of its workforce. The now non-phone making Finnish tech firm is doubling down on its efforts in wearables and health instead, it announced today. The 310 jobs will go in the UK, US and Finland. Read more: Apple…

Brazil bets on IoT for agribusiness, smart cities, health and industry

SÃO PAULO–The internet of things entered is firmly on the Brazilian government’s agenda. With roughly a quarter of its GDP coming from agribusiness, Brazil wants to use the IoT in rural areas to improve its agricultural methods and get better results. The potential is vast, as noted by Mariana Vasco…
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