SPOTLIGHT: Nokia Siemens sees opportunity in the U.S.


"We see the U.S. as a good growth opportunity," Mr. Beresford-Wylie said in an interview with the WSJ. "If you look at the pace of data that is coming into the markets now and the need to be able to handle that efficiently and effectively, LTE is coming onto the radar screen." Article (sub. req.)

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