Nokia Siemens, the infrastructure parts of Nokia and Siemens, is spending $1.2bn on Motorola's infrastructure business, further consolidating an already oligopolistic industry. The deal should be completed by the end of the year and will give Nokia Siemens greater presence in Japan and America, not to mention CDMA and WiMAX …
will run Symbian? Yikes.
It's NSN, not Nokia.
Besides, Motorola already decided that Symbian was the source of all its problems and ditched it, only to continue fucking up with Android.
The only other division of note is the Connected Home division, which has been growing (admittedly from a very low base) at a rapid pace within Motorola. This could be what they're pinning their future hopes upon.
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