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back_to_reaiity 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 22, 2014 4:45 PM Member since: Feb 5, 2013
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    Rebirth, a new bright future of Nokia

    by back_to_reaiity Jul 16, 2014 11:02 PM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 22, 2014 4:45 PM Flag

    Quote (excellent market performance of three business units, earnings in good condition)

    Bump might ease some worries

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    Who owns Mix Radio

    by jeffreber44 Jul 18, 2014 5:23 PM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 19, 2014 7:08 AM Flag

    We're all in the same boat, it really is confusing having two Nokia's. Jyrki Rosenberg was, or for a limited time still is VP of Entertainment at Microsoft. as stated by Mixradioblog

    Microsoft is dis banning Mixradio, figure since they already have xbox music Mixradio is not needed. going out on their own with investors backing, would be strange if Nokia Growth Partners was to become an investor for a company they just sold. it wouldn't surprise me.. MS I bet is forking out some cash to get them started. Asia, maybe Samsung wants to it for tizen?

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    Who owns Mix Radio

    by jeffreber44 Jul 18, 2014 5:23 PM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 18, 2014 8:41 PM Flag

    Sorry Billy boy you're wrong, Mix radio is owned by Microsoft
    Nokia's MixRadio streaming music app is spinning off as a standalone company, as part of deep cuts announced by its new parent company Microsoft.
    Nokia’s MixRadio music streaming service is aiming to spin off from Microsoft as a part of the layoffs the company announced yesterday
    Streaming service Nokia MixRadio is planning to spin out of Microsoft, following the parent company's announcement that it is cutting up to 18,000 jobs over the next year, including 12,500 from the Nokia Devices and Services unit it acquired recently.

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    Who owns Mix Radio

    by jeffreber44 Jul 18, 2014 5:23 PM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 18, 2014 6:15 PM Flag

    Microsoft does.

  • Reply to

    Nokia ER: what is your prediction

    by farhan8000 Jul 16, 2014 11:37 AM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 17, 2014 12:25 PM Flag

    I'm lost .
    MS deal went through on this ER, the 1.7 billion that will be used in stock buy backs, could be what remains from the deal? wouldn't whatever remains be included as earnings? 1.7 billion that's like 36 cents.

    25,000 less employees who went to MS should make a difference. Say between Higher paid workers such as in Finland and dirt poor workers in China Avg salary rounds up to 20gs annually, that’s a half a billion or a savings of 125 million per Q. 0.026 cents

  • Reply to

    Rebirth, a new bright future of Nokia

    by back_to_reaiity Jul 16, 2014 11:02 PM
    back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 16, 2014 11:06 PM Flag

    There is a lot more to the Article if you search NSN on google its the article that has the picture of a bunch of people standing next to a globe. hopefully we will get a English version of this story

  • back_to_reaiity by back_to_reaiity Jul 16, 2014 11:02 PM Flag

    A Chinese article just published is pretty poorly translated

    Nokia future is very bright, through reorganization, we are born again." This is Sullivan's opening remarks. This sentence is mainly passed two messages: one, Nokia will adopt this change to another peak(New Heights) ; Second, the restructuring has been completed.

    "Now our very strong capital base, excellent market performance of three business units, earnings in good condition, coupled with the sale of the terminal and related businesses, making Nokia's investment rating escalating into higher profit margins from lower some the business from loss to profit, this is what I believe the reason Nokia has a bright future, "Sullivan said.

    The face of this change, the new Nokia needs to spend much time in transition period? In this regard, Su Li said: "In my personal opinion, the new Nokia's transition has basically ended, various activities are on the right track, and now the most important thing for us is to bold vision and courage, to have ambition, if you want the current state of the company, I think Nokia has entered a stage of rebirth, rather than in a transition period. "

    By HERE, Nokia will further invest in the development map service. "Map technology is one of the core elements interconnected world, the future of many innovative location-based technology businesses need to carry out." Sullivan highlighted that "supports a variety of operating systems, platforms, and the screen is the unique advantage HERE map business, which making our business model more competitive. "Currently, HERE has become the world's leading provider of map content for each five-car navigation system using a service 4 HERE offer. He said that the future will focus HERE smart, connected vehicle technology, cloud-based personal services (including wearable devices and intelligent terminals) to support business decisions three areas of data analysis. "Our vision is to map the depth and breadth of services and no one can do."

  • back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jul 1, 2014 10:28 PM Flag

    In a fascinating new interview, Compal’s R&D wizard Shen Cun-te points out that smart shoes will be the new star of the wearable device industry, since shoes are undeniably worn more often than watches! This insight is particularly meaningful for Nokia, thanks to its history of innovation regarding mid-sole construction and impact-absorbing heel structures.

    Nokia’s 25-year old detour into mobile phones is over — but its footwear saga may only be starting.

    Global handset revenue has peaked and will continue declining in the coming years as low-end smartphones undercut sales of luxury models. Who cares about this twilight industry?

    The nascent smart boot market is waiting to be born, promising calorie tracking, GPS navigation, mapping software synergies, gamified orienteering and shoe-based social networks that revolve around mushroom picking and berry gathering. The spirit of Kontio still glows somewhere deep inside Nokia Corporation.

    We could be on the verge of the grandest corporate rebirth since Apple in 2002.

  • back_to_reaiity by back_to_reaiity Jun 15, 2014 8:13 PM Flag

  • back_to_reaiity back_to_reaiity Jun 15, 2014 6:33 AM Flag

    Zain KSA, Nokia unveil new Liquid Applications technology
    Published — Sunday 15 June 2014
    Zain KSA and Nokia announced the launch of the new Liquid Applications technology, a Nokia solution which provides innovative services and enhance the experience of telecommunication users in the Kingdom.
    This first of its kind technology in the Middle East was carried out on Zain KSA’s live network, and powered by Nokia’s radio and core network elements. The demonstrative launch showed noticeable indicators of the development this technology has caused in the speed of broadband networks and the transmission between the base station and core network.
    Zain KSA says the launch of this new technology is part of its constant efforts to offer the latest innovations through strategic partnerships with major telecommunication companies. Nokia’s Liquid Applications will help improve both services offered to subscribers and the network’s ability to provide the best level of services, the company added.
    The Nokia-based Liquid Applications technology is described as one of the most developed technical solutions in the world. It works by bringing applications, services and content into the base station to allow local storage, along with access to real-time radio and network information. This turns base stations into hubs for local service creation and delivery.
    By using Liquid Applications, operators can offer subscribers an enhanced service experience by providing them with better throughput and customized applications.

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