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February 14, 2011  2:25 PM

If Microsoft/Nokia is a win-win, why am i so down on it?

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Microsoft, mobile platform, Nokia, smartphone, Windows Phone OS

“Half a loaf is better than none” is an old saw, but it sure seems to describe the newest mobile development—the Microsoft/Nokia pact. The pact is...

February 4, 2011  4:54 PM

Supply-side struggles in demand-side networking world to weed out players

Posted by: Tom Nolle
AT&T, Cisco, Cloud Services, demand-side networking, equipment vendors, networking market, Nokia, platform as a service, Software as a Service, Verizon

One of the issues that now faces the networking market is the fate of Nokia, the once-giant smartphone and networking company that has seemed to stumble in every...

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February 26, 2009  3:52 PM

Nokia’s migration of smartphone OSs to netbooks

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Google, Microsoft, netbooks, Nokia, smartphone OS

Nokia is planning to release a netbook line based on Symbian, according to reports. The move is certainly a reaction to the Google plans to introduce netbooks based on Android. The barriers to the use of a smartphone OS as the basis for a computer are less with netbooks because more of the usage...

October 3, 2008  3:17 PM

Nokia indicates shift to service market

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Integrated devices, Mobile, Nokia, Wireless broadband, Wireless handsets

Nokia’s launch of its touch-screen high-end smartphone was also a bully pulpit for the company to make it clear that their activities with Symbian and smartphones are not the main event, but a shift into the services market.

Nokia noted that Blackberries were not successful because of...

October 2, 2008  2:15 PM

Nokia strategy reflects capex shift

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Carrier Ethernet, Mobile, mobile backhaul, mobile data, Nokia, Wireless broadband, Wireless handsets

Nokia is launching “Tube,” its newest smartphone today, and is expected to articulate its mobile strategy in greater detail. The company, like others, is addressing what appears to be a capex shift to wireless for 2009, a shift that would increase sales of RF and handsets and reduce that of...


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