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Nordic Semiconductor

Contact Information

Sonja Kusmin
Yrttipellontie 1 D, 90230 Oulu
Tel. +358 404156565

Nordic Semiconductor


Would you like to work for a world leading company that offers you the chance to fulfill your potential and to work on leading edge products? Take your career to the next level with us!

The future of electronics is wireless and wearable due to a consumer demand for ever greater levels of freedom and flexibility. Nordic Semiconductor is playing a key role in the realization of that future by specializing in ultra-low power wireless communication supporting Bluetooth® Low Energy, ANT+ and 2.4GHz proprietary. The company’s award-winning devices enable its customers to build wireless connectivity into everything from mainstream consumer PC peripherals, sports & fitness devices, toys and RF remote controls, through to the most advanced and innovative 'game-changing' wireless devices such as beacons, health monitors and home automation, to mention but a few. The company is aiming to exceed end users' expectations in terms of features, performance and price. In 2016 Nordic commenced development of low power LTE technology targeting cellular IoT.

Nordic Semiconductor is a publicly listed, global Norwegian company listed on the Norwegian Oslo stock exchange (OSX: NOD) and headquarter in Trondheim, Norway. The company was established in 1983 as a spinout from the Technical University of Trondheim and all its operations are managed according to the ISO 9001:2000-approved quality assurance system.

Field of Operation

Ultra low power (ULP) wireless technology

Offices in Finland

Oulu, Turku and Espoo

Turnover of the Company

MUSD 197.7 (2016)


600+ worldwide

Open Positions


Degree Programme


Year of Study

3, 4, 5, n


Electronics Design, Telecommunication Engineering, Information Processing Engineering, Embedded Systems, Applied Computing

Other Relevant Information

Nordic Semiconductor continues expansion throughout the year.



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