Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia (English: Nokia Institute of Technology), also usually referred to as INdT, is a non-profit organization aimed on research and development of mobile software and telecommunication technology. INdT was founded in Brazil by Nokia in October 2001 with incentive funds from the Brazilian Law on Information Technology. Despite bearing the name of its corporate founder, the institute is a quite independent research center.

With three R&D centers in Brazil (located in Brasilia, Manaus, and Recife) and a satellite office in São Paulo, INdT counts on a group of approximately 350 professionals and works to become a world-wide recognized competence center. INdT holds partnership with Universities and other Research Centers aimed on fostering digital convergence and technological innovation, as well as organizational and community integration.

External links[edit]