Tag Archives: Nokia

Singapore’s M1 aims narrowband deployment at the sea

By | August 22, 2016

Singapore telco M1 is getting Nokia to install an NB-IoT network atop its 4G one, interestingly with an eye not just to land but to sea.  NB-IoT stands for Narrowband Internet of Things, and is the GSM world’s answer to narrowband technologies such as LoRa and Sigifox that threaten to take away a chunk of their business when… Read More »

Asha to Ashes: Microsoft’s Emerging Markets Conundrum

By | September 7, 2013

A piece I wrote with Devi in Delhi, and the help of a couple of other colleagues.  Asha to Ashes: Microsoft’s emerging market conundrum By Jeremy Wagstaff and Devidutta Tripathy SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI | Thu Sep 5, 2013 9:22pm EDT (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp’s acquisition of Nokia’s handset business gives the software behemoth control of its main Windows smartphone… Read More »

How Not to Disintermediate

By | September 3, 2009

With traditional media on the rocks, there are lots of opportunities for companies and organisations to  disintermediate: to project themselves directly to the public. Indeed, in some ways, this is the future. But here’s how not to do it: to put a guy from the PR department in front of one of the senior folks and let him… Read More »

Finger Painting, Angling and Tuning the Cello: the New Computing

By | May 28, 2009

I’m not overwhelmed by Nokia’s new appstore, Ovi, but using it does help remind one of what the real revolution in computing is (I have been talking a lot about revolutions lately, but there are basically three: the information revolution, the computing revolution, and the mobile revolution, which I’ll address later.) The computing revolution is this: a small… Read More »