Nokia's $7.2B handset sale could create cloud opportunities for NSN

When Nokia completes the $7.2 billion sale of its struggling handset business to Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) in Q1 2014, its Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) subsidiary will be able focus its attention on selling wireless infrastructure and emerging cloud-based service opportunities. Under the new company structure, the new Nokia will maintain a number of key assets: NSN; HERE, its location and mapping business; and Advanced Technologies, its R&D arm, which also manages Nokia's patent portfolio. Read more at FierceBroadbandWireless

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