Nokia's website is here: company.nokia.com
On April 25 2014, Nokia announced that it had completed the sale of substantially all of its mobile wireless Devices & Services business to Microsoft. Nokia became focused on three established businesses and each of these businesses is a leader in its respective field: ...
Discussion of Nokia's former mobile devices and services business and its products is now off topic on this SI board but can be discussed on any of these 3 SI boards:
• Microsoft: The Devices and Consumer Segment (moderated by Eric L.)
• Microsoft Corp. (moderated by Don Green)
• Windows Phone (moderated by Zax)
Discussion of Nokia's corporate history prior to April 25 2014 should be discussed here:
• The original unmoderated SI Nokia board founded in 1996 /subject.aspx?subjectid=3710
Time marches on and M&A in the communication industry continues. On April 15, 2015 Nokia Corporation and Alcatel-Lucent announced:
Upon completion of the merger (or anytime earlier) which will make Nokia a networking and patent licensing powerhouse, former investors in Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) or followers of that company are cordially invited to participate in collegial discussion here on this Nokia board.
Update: On August 3, 2015, Nokia announced the sale of HERE to the AUDI AG, BMW Group and Daimler AG “Consortium.” Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia, cited in a statement that it’s the biggest step that the company has taken towards its complete transformation. Nokia will now focus on completing their Alcatel-Lucent aquisition previosly announed. Once the deals are concluded Nokia Corp. will be left with two businesses — Nokia Technologies and Nokia Networks.
- Eric L. -