Nokia Announces Further Organizational Changes
Monday, November 26, 2018 | Comments

Nokia announced further steps to align its organizational structure to its strategy, strengthen its leadership team and position the company for success in the 5G era.

The access networks division will consist of Nokia's current mobile networks and fixed networks business groups, with the change to take effect Jan. 1. Tommi Uitto, a 23-year Nokia veteran, was appointed president of mobile networks. Marc Rouanne, who has been serving as president of mobile networks, will leave Nokia.

"Nokia has a unique advantage in the 5G era with its end-to-end portfolio," said Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri. "By creating a single access networks organization that includes both fixed and mobile, we can improve our customer focus, simplify our management structure and more efficiently leverage our full portfolio."

Nokia plans to announce a president of fixed networks in due course. The president of access networks will also be appointed shortly and will join the Nokia group leadership team.

The announcement follows a realignment into two regional groups earlier this month.

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