Monday, March 02, 2015

Nokia’s Shift From Devices To Enabling Connectivity is Complete, Almost—Mobile World - Digits - WSJ

Tangentially, see Microsoft Presents Low-Cost Phones and Windows 10 for Mobile (NYT) and Microsoft Makes Case for Windows 10 on Phones Even as Android and iOS Work Expands (Re/code)
"At the 2010 Mobile World Congress Nokia Corp. was still the best-selling mobile device maker in the world. Five years later at the MWC, Nokia isn’t launching new handsets for consumers.

Instead it wants to be the key enabler of the high capacity telecom networks and software that the world’s handsets – now led by Apple and Samsung – connect to the Internet. It also wants to enable cars to connect to the Internet, and human operators to control robots working at maintenance sites – in almost real time, or with as little latency as possible."
Nokia’s Shift From Devices To Enabling Connectivity is Complete, Almost—Mobile World - Digits - WSJ
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