Nokia invests in Danish research cooperation  

2002.09.19
Nokia has entered cooperation agreements with Copenhagen Business School and the IT University

Computerworld reports that Nokia has entered cooperation agreements with Copenhagen Business School (Handelshøjskolen) and the IT University of Copenhagen (IT-Højskolen) to help develop their future strategies and services. The project has resulted from the "Crossroads Copenhagen" initiative which seeks to strengthen the cooperation between private and public corporations in the IT, culture and media sectors.

 

The IT University project concerns the development of hardware for tailored customer services - for example an SMS service which informs drivers of traffic congestion on the route to work. Meanwhile Copenhagen Business College is researching into the mobile phone services customers will demand in the future. Nokia says that it wants to increase cooperation especially with research intensive educational centres in Denmark, and is putting considerable financial resources into building a bridge to the country's public research institutions.

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