Nedaa has announced that it recently forged a strategic partnership with Nokia to establish an Innovation and Creativity Lab in Dubai.
For the Middle East telecom market, 2017 could be a year of opportunities with the rise of IoT and digital services.
Former Finish phone giant Nokia is looking to make a comeback into the smartphone market after its acquisition by Microsoft in 2014.
Nokia and the GCAA have entered into a strategic collaboration that will make the UAE the “first country in the world to allow the operation of drones by both businesses and government agencies.”
Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) promises to significantly change the way telecom networks are built and operated. However, there remain several challenges to widespread adoption.
Instant messaging service, WhatsApp has announced that it will soon ending its support to particular devices by the end of 2016.
Nokia is expanding its cloud wise services portfolio with the launch of three professional services, helping operators transform to the telco cloud and implement a data centre infrastructure to run their cloud-based enterprise and telco functions.
Given Nokia’s former status as the go-to company for a reliable mobile, it seems sad that it has faded into obscurity, the handset business now under the Microsoft Mobile brand. The 3310, however, stands as a testament to all that was once great about the Finnish firm.
Microsoft is officially phasing out the Nokia brand name, following a post on Nokia France’s Facebook page saying that the account will soon change its name to “Microsoft Lumia.”
Microsoft has finally closed its $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia’s handset business, and now has an added opportunity to impose its ‘Microsoft Everywhere’ approach on technology, writes James Dartnell.