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Previous Close4.2700
Open4.2500
Bid4.2900 x 34100
Ask4.3100 x 46000
Day's Range4.2200 - 4.3100
52 Week Range2.3400 - 5.1400
Volume15,839,084
Avg. Volume28,746,563
Market Cap23.905B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.46
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.1920
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateJul 29, 2019
1y Target Est5.03
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    Nokia delivers five-fold speed boost for NetCologne’s broadband network

    Nokia delivers five-fold speed boost for NetCologne’s broadband network * NetCologne delivers speeds up to 1 Gbps to its subscribers with the Nokia G.fast technology   * Reduced deployment time through cloud operations and zero-touch provisioning 23 October 2020Espoo, Finland - Nokia has announced today that it has deployed its G.fast solution to extend the Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network of NetCologne, the largest regional telecommunications provider in Germany with over 28,000 kilometers of laid fiber-optic cables. Nokia’s G.fast technology allows NetCologne to extend fiber service into buildings to give end users the option of accessing up to five times faster access speeds, reaching up to 1Gbps. Powered by Nokia software-defined access networks, NetCologne innovates with flexible cloud operations and brings new digital services to market fast in the greater Cologne/Bonn/Aachen area. As a provider of network infrastructure to NetCologne for the last 25 years, Nokia is now set to support extensive upgrades to 30,000 Fiber to the Building (FTTB) installations, upgrading the last drop from VDSL2 to G.fast technology. Nokia G.fast 212 MHz technology will not only bring ultra-broadband speeds to NetCologne’s customers, the technology upgrade will also increase operational efficiency as zero touch provisioning cuts rollout costs and configuration time in half. Once NetCologne’s FTTB footprint is transitioned to G.fast, the Nokia Altiplano cloud platform will allow the operator to get better insights in increasing volumes of operational data and automate operations across the entire access network. Horst Schmitz, Head of Technology at NetCologne, said: “We provide the city of Cologne and associated regions with leading-edge telecom services. Nokia delivered a highly customisable solution that is ideal for the next step in our network plans: bringing gigabit connectivity cost-effectively into buildings. On top, the cloud platform improves our automation capabilities today and for any future devices added to the network over time.” Sandra Motley, President of Fixed Networks at Nokia, said: “We are proud to work with NetCologne as it embarks on the next phase of fiber expansion. NetCologne becomes a first-mover in the market with SDN-enabled G.fast, which will strenghten its competitiveness. Nokia’s software-defined portfolio enables NetCologne to advance into the cloud era with more agile, manageable and programmable broadband networks.”Through the deployment, NetCologne will benefit from the following Nokia solutions: * Nokia Lightspan SX – industry-leading G.fast distribution point unit with advanced vectoring capability and highly efficient power circuitry, significantly reducing the power consumption per port. * Nokia Altiplano Access Controller – SDN controller with open programmable interfaces and intent-based networking enables simplified provisioning, reduced cost of operations, automation and portability for future network evolution. * Nokia GPON \- (Gigabit Passive Optical Networks) OLTs (Optical Line Termination) – for greater speed and capacity for FTTH, enabling premium Gigabit servicesAbout NetCologneNetCologne are Germany's pioneers in fiber optic expansion and super-fast Internet. With more than 28,000 kilometers of cables laid and a continuous expansion, its fiber optic network is one of the most modern in Europe. More than half a million private and business customers rely on the business and make it the largest regional telecommunications provider in Germany.  About NokiaWe create the technology to connect the world. Only Nokia offers a comprehensive portfolio of network equipment, software, services and licensing opportunities across the globe. With our commitment to innovation, driven by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs, we are a leader in the development and deployment of 5G networks.Our communications service provider customers support more than 6.4 billion subscriptions with our radio networks, and our enterprise customers have deployed over 1,300 industrial networks worldwide. Adhering to the highest ethical standards, we transform how people live, work and communicate. For our latest updates, please visit us online www.nokia.com and follow us on Twitter @nokiaMedia Inquiries:Nokia CommunicationsPhone: +358 10 448 4900Email: press.services@nokia.com

  • Nokia Threat Intelligence Report warns of rising cyberattacks on internet-connected devices
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    Nokia Threat Intelligence Report warns of rising cyberattacks on internet-connected devices

    Press ReleaseNokia Threat Intelligence Report warns of rising cyberattacks on internet-connected devices      ·Report also highlights role of numerous COVID-19-themed cybercriminal campaigns aimed at exploiting user data             22 October 2020Espoo Finland - Cyberattacks on internet-connected devices continue to rise at an alarming rate due to poor security protections and cybercriminals use of automated tools to exploit these vulnerabilities, according to the latest Nokia Threat Intelligence Report. The report found that Internet-connected, or IoT, devices now make up roughly 33% of infected devices, up from about 16% in 2019. The report’s findings are based on data aggregated from monitoring network traffic on more than 150 million devices globally where Nokia's NetGuard Endpoint Security product is deployed.Adoption of IoT devices, from smart home security monitoring systems to drones and medical devices, is expected to continue growing as consumers and enterprises move to take advantage of the high bandwidth, ultra-low latency, and fundamentally new networking capabilities that 5G mobile networks enable, according to the report.The rate of success in infecting IoT devices depends on the visibility of the devices to the internet, according to the report. In networks where devices are routinely assigned public facing internet IP addresses, a high infection rate is seen. In networks where carrier-grade Network Address Translation is used, the infection rate is considerably reduced because the vulnerable devices are not visible to network scanning. The Threat Intelligence Report also reveals there is no let up in cybercriminals using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal personal data through a variety of types of malware. One in particular is disguised as a “Coronavirus Map” application – mimicking the legitimate and authoritative Coronavirus Map issued by Johns Hopkins University – to take advantage of the public’s demand for accurate information about COVID-19 infections, deaths and transmissions. But the bogus application is used to plant malware on victims’ computers to exploit personal data. “Cybercriminals are playing on people’s fears and are seeing this situation as an opportunity to promote their agendas,” the report says. The report urges the public to install applications only from trusted app stores, like Google and Apple.Bhaskar Gorti, Nokia Software President and Chief Digital Officer, said: “The sweeping changes that are taking place in the 5G ecosystem, with even more 5G networks being deployed around the world as we move to 2021, open ample opportunities for malicious actors to take advantage of vulnerabilities in IoT devices. This report reinforces not only the critical need for consumers and enterprises to step up their own cyber protection practices, but for IoT device producers to do the same.” Additional ResourcesWebpage: Nokia Threat Intelligence report Video: Vulnerability in IoT devices Video: 5G can help secure devicesAbout NokiaWe create the technology to connect the world. Only Nokia offers a comprehensive portfolio of network equipment, software, services and licensing opportunities across the globe. With our commitment to innovation, driven by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs, we are a leader in the development and deployment of 5G networks.Our communications service provider customers support more than 6.4 billion subscriptions with our radio networks, and our enterprise customers have deployed over 1,300 industrial networks worldwide. Adhering to the highest ethical standards, we transform how people live, work and communicate. For our latest updates, please visit us online www.nokia.com and follow us on Twitter @nokia.Media InquiriesCommunications Phone: +358 (0) 10 448 4900 E-mail: press.services@nokia.com

  • Nokia to publish third quarter and January-September 2020 report on October 29, 2020
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    Nokia to publish third quarter and January-September 2020 report on October 29, 2020

    Press Release Nokia to publish third quarter and January-September 2020 report on October 29, 202022 October 2020Espoo, Finland - Nokia will publish its third quarter and January-September 2020 results on October 29, 2020 at approximately 8 a.m. Finnish time (EET). The financial report will be made available on the Nokia website immediately after publication.Nokia only publishes a summary of its financial reports in stock exchange releases. The summary focuses on Nokia Group's financial information, as well as on Nokia's outlook.The detailed segment-level discussion will be available in the complete financial report available at www.nokia.com/financials. Investors should not solely rely on summaries of Nokia's financial reports, but should also review the complete report with tables.Analyst webcast * Nokia's analyst webcast will begin on October 29, 2020 at 3 p.m. Finnish time. * Please note that this webcast will be a video presentation (with slides) rather than an audio presentation (with slides). * A link to the webcast will be available at www.nokia.com/financials.Media       ·Media representatives can listen in via the link, or alternatively call +1-412-717-9224.About Nokia  We create the technology to connect the world. Only Nokia offers a comprehensive portfolio of network equipment, software, services and licensing opportunities across the globe. With our commitment to innovation, driven by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs, we are a leader in the development and deployment of 5G networks.  Our communications service provider customers support more than 6.4 billion subscriptions with our radio networks, and our enterprise customers have deployed over 1,300 industrial networks worldwide. Adhering to the highest ethical standards, we transform how people live, work and communicate. For our latest updates, please visit us online www.nokia.com and follow us on Twitter @nokia. Media Inquiries:  Nokia  Communications  Phone: +358 10 448 4900  Email: press.services@nokia.com