Nokia Corp said it established a research and development center for mobile infrastructure in Chengdu, the capital city of the Sichuan province in western China.
”The R&D centre will develop mobile applications based on 3G and IP Multimedia Subsystem for both Chinese and global markets,” the Finnish company was quoted as saying by Forbes.
The Chinese unit is the company's second research center in the country.
No financial details were released.
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