HMD Global, which takes over Nokia’s mobile business, has just opened a new research and development center in its home city of Tampere, Finland,media reported. The manufacturer also said in a press release today that it has also completed the acquisition of related assets for mobile, corporate and cybersecurity software specialist Valona Labs. It is reported that finland’s new research and development center will be dedicated to mobile security, remote device locking, enterprise mobile management, secure network communications, as well as software and services black box testing.
With the opening of the new research and development centre, HMD Global has quickly launched a recruitment campaign, with new employees coming under the leadership of Ari Heikkinen, head of the industry’s well-known Valona Labs division.
Looking ahead, HMD Global’s Research and Development Center in Finland also plans to conduct in-depth research on imaging and audio technologies to help the company strengthen its trust in providing security and the latest services to its customers.