In the midst of a 2018 global cost-saving effort, Nokia launched a global assessment of its R&D activities which has already led to global downsizing and is now an impact of its activities in France, it has added.
The Finnish telecommunications company said 1,233 jobs go through R&D and central functions at its Paris-Saclay and Lannion sites in France.
With an emphasis on cost continues to be essential to the industry, Nokia has announced plans to streamline its operations in France as part of a comprehensive program, “a Nokia spokesperson said. “The goal is to achieve a better-in-class operating model on a global scale, increasing R&D productivity and agility to strengthen the company’s competitive position and secure long-term performance. “