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Citadellsvägen. 19
S-211 18 Malmö
Sweden

+46 40 690 49 00

With over 25 years of experience, nok9 AB is the world-leading supplier of complete solutions for reference test tools in wireless charging and optical media.

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At the Heart of Innovation

At the Heart of Innovation

nok9 is proud to call Malmö home. It’s one of the best places around to develop new products, services and technology. The city – the third largest in Sweden – is ideally located in the south, just a short trip over the Öresund Bridge to Copenhagen and with easy access to the rest of Europe and the world. The historic town of Lund lies only a few miles north, with its renowned university, the IDEON science park, and Skåne University Hospital.

Efficient airports, widely available public transport, and excellent infrastructure are combined with variety of industries, including IT, telecommunications, video-game development, medicine, life sciences and agriculture. Companies like Ericsson, Sony, Huawei, BlackBerry, King.com, Massive/Ubisoft Entertainment, Aspiro, Polar Rose, Axis Communications, and Tobii attract highly competent people in every field. Sweden is one of the most Internet-intensive countries in the world, and many popular games and applications have their origins here, like Skype, Minecraft, Spotify, Candy Crush Saga, Battlefield, and many others.

The European Commission recently named Skåne as one of Europe’s most innovative regions, based on statistics from the Indicator of Innovation Output. High numbers of patent applications, competitive exports, and initiatives such as Media Evolution, Mobile Heights and the Skåne Food Innovation Network contribute to a creative environment driven by development of new and exciting solutions. The European Spallation Source (ESS) and the MAX IV Laboratory are currently under construction in Lund – highly advanced, multidisciplinary research facilities that will host scientists and engineers from around the world as they perform vital research in medicine, biology, energy, ecology, manufacturing and archeology.