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TomTom: Charles Davies new chief technology officer

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands - July 5, 2010, Amsterdam, The Netherlands - TomTom, a provider of location solutions, announced the appointment of Charles Davies as group chief technology officer.

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Mr. Davies will join the company from Nokia, where he was VP, Technology Adviser and then interim Head of Technology and Architecture in Nokia Devices R&D. Prior to the Nokia acquisition, Charles was Symbian's CTO for six years.

Mr. Davies joined Symbian from Psion where he held a number of group board roles including Software Director, Development Director, Managing Director, and CTO.

Mr. Davies holds a first class degree in Physics and a PhD in Plasma Physics from Imperial College London, and is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

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