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Nokia” and “Microsoft” officially announce the completion of the acquisition
Sector has become portable devices and services of the company “Nokia” part of the “Microsoft” after the two companies announced on Friday formally complete a transaction concluded between them, which was announced last year.
The company “Microsoft” has captured the sector’s devices and services for “Nokia”, which has now become known as the “Microsoft Mobile or Wi” Microsoft Mobile Oy – (or WiFi, means “company” in Finnish).
And to announce the completion of the transaction, the company said “Microsoft” The acquisition is the first step in the journey of the two companies combined in one team.
He pointed out, “Microsoft” that any future decisions in relation to the specific branding will take later in the context of the merger, and that in referring to the reports that I talked earlier about the intention to change the name of the phones, “Nokia” and “Lumia.”
As for the future, “Nokia” after the acquisition, it will continue to function as a company for the development of networks and service maps “Hare” Here, as it will give the patent licenses affiliate for “Microsoft”, and will manufacture mobile phones for the latter.
The two companies announced the deal, worth about 7.5 billion dollars in the September / last September, after a period of new relationships between them, and the adoption of “Nokia” on a large scale operating system “Windows Phone” in smart phones.
The acquisition does not include manufacturers of plants, “Nokia”, one object in Masan, South Korea, and the second Indian city of Chennai, where the company will close the first who not only includes 200 workers, and keep the second under the ownership and operation of the unit manufacturing contractual With “Microsoft”.
And they said, “Nokia” on Thursday that he and because of the tax dispute Ongoing with the Indian authorities, it is unlikely that Includes its plant located in India within the acquisition agreements between them and the company, “Microsoft.”
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