Friday, 28 February 2020

Nokia: The future is not all in the cloud

By Anne Morris, Total Telecom, in Espoo
Tuesday 10 November 09

Nokia highlights continued need for intelligence in mobile devices as the need for greater personalization grows.

There will be a lot more technology and data stored in the so-called network 'cloud' in future, but unlike some the world's leading mobile handset maker remains convinced that devices will not develop into empty vessels carrying very little intelligence. "We don't think the cloud is the total answer,&quot…

There will be a lot more technology and data stored in the so-called network 'cloud' in future, but unlike some the world's leading mobile handset maker remains convinced that devices will not develop into empty vessels carrying very little intelligence. "We don't think the cloud is the total answer,&quot…

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