The foundations of the Nokia company go back to 1865, when Fredrick Idestam, a mining engineer, established a forest industry enterprise in Finland. In 1898, Finnish Rubber Works was founded and in 1912, Finnish Cable Works was established. In 1967, the three companies merged together to form the Nokia Corporation. By the late 1980s, Nokia was the world's second largest IT Company. Today, it is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturer for protocols such as GSM, CDMA, and W-CDMA. Nokia is also the largest Finnish company, with about half of the market capitalization of the Helsinki Stock Exchange. It also produces network equipment in telecommunications for applications such as mobile and fixed-line telephony, ISDN, broadband, VoIP, and wireless LAN. The Nokia 3010 is an open-face small phone. Instant text and picture messaging and email features facilitate quick communication. The large keys and fonts make it comfortable to use. The phone has a 95 x 62 color display. It has an internal antenna and comes with a lithium ion battery that has talk time of up to 300 minutes and stand-by time of up to 24 hours. The Nokia 3010 has features like vibrating alerts, 21 built-in ring tones, English, French and Spanish language options, and downloadable games and applications. The phone has capacity for storing 500 contacts, wireless web browsing, and voice activated dialing. The maker of the phone, Nokia, manufactured the world's first NMT phone, the Nokia Cityman, in 1987. The company played a major role in developing the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). The world's first GSM call was made by the Prime Minister of Finland, Harri Holkeri, in 1991, in Helsinki. He spoke over a Nokia-supplied network, using a Nokia phone.