Finland's worldwide reputation as a center of IT innovations has been strengthened. Now the company Intel made the move to the new R&D centers in the cities of Espoo and Tampere.
One reason for the choice of cities is the abundance of highly educated former Nokia employees that has led to that 120 highly skilled engineers have been recruited in Tampere and 90 engineers in Espoo.
The restructuring of Nokia has released many highly educated IT people, and the country's excellence in education and training combined with innovation policy is an enticing combination for global companies.
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