In a run at market leader Huawei Technologies, Nokia will begin selling devices next year that connect laptops to wireless networks, a fast-growing field that the cell phone maker hopes to penetrate by exploiting its experience with 3G technology. "Leveraging these capabilities, we believe we are well-positioned to become one of the winning providers for HSPA modem solutions," said Nokia Vice President Tapio Markki.

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