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Nokia Location Platform Provides Worldwide Maps for Oracle-Based Solutions

October 1, 2012 - ESPOO, FINLAND

Nokia is the only map data provider with aprebuilt mapping service for use withOracle applications

Nokia announced today that Oracle hasdeveloped a simple, built-in link between Oracle Fusion MiddlewareMapViewer andthe Nokia Location Platform (NLP). This link removes the barrier of acustomizedmap integration and extends the benefits of global maps for business use toOracle users. NLP provides maps for almost 200 countries. By integratingNLPwith Oracle applications, maps and business data can align to oneconsistent,accurate map on a worldwide basis. Oracle users will now have opportunitytolicense NLP from Nokia for use in Oracle applications.

"Oracle is the only systems provider that delivers integrated location andmapping capabilities in every layer of our technology stack. Oracle andNokiahave a strong record of meeting business needs through scalable andflexiblecapabilities," said Jim Steiner, Vice President, Product Management, OracleServer Technologies. "Few data providers have the ability to provide bothmapdata for analytics and integrated platform services for the creation ofmappingapplications in one solution. Nokia is the only provider of both map dataandonline mapping services that are integrated with Oracle products."

Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer is a J2EE service for rendering maps andcreating mashups using spatial data. Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewerprovidesservices and tools that hide the complexity of spatial data queries andcartographic rendering, while providing customizable options for moreadvancedusers such as developers of geographic business analytic applications. Theintegration of NLP allows users to easily include Nokia's map data intotheirOracle business applications.

"The inclusion of the Nokia Location Platform into Oracle Fusion MiddlewareMapViewer is an important proof point of our leadership in providing thebest,enterprise-class map in the market," said Roy Kolstad, Vice President,Enterprise Americas, Location & Commerce, Nokia. "NLP is an advancedlocationplatform with a unique global footprint based on industry-leadingtechnology andmore than 30 years expertise in mapping. It will help businesses save time,money and resources while allowing them to gain a geographic perspective ontheir business, enabling better decisions."

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About Nokia `s Location & Commerce Business

Nokia is a global leader in mobile communications whose products havebecome anintegral part of the lives of people around the world. The company'sLocation &Commerce business, including NAVTEQ® Maps products, the Nokia LocationPlatformas well as Nokia Maps, aims to build and monetize unique locationexperiencesfor great mobile products, as well as the navigation industry, theautomotivemarket and government and business solutions. Begin to explore ourcapabilitiesat

About Nokia

Nokia is a global leader in mobile communications whose products havebecome anintegral part of the lives of people around the world. Every day, more than1.3billion people use their Nokia to capture and share experiences, accessinformation, find their way or simply to speak to one another. Nokia'stechnological and design innovations have made its brand one of the mostrecognized in the world. For more information, visit

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