Monthly Archives: February 2014

Multiplatform value proposition for developers from Nokia, with potential of Microsoft joining the fray

After understanding what does the new Nokia X platform mean in preceding posts mine:– Nokia’s “best of everything” X range smartphones to conquer the smartphone market between the Asha and Lumia devices [Feb 24, 2013] and– Nokia X family of … Continue reading

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Nokia X family of smartphones, leading local brand partners for Windows Phone and the potential of all that on the Indian market

For some observers in the Western media the Nokia X family is a kind of challenge to Microsoft unlike my earlier post describing it as Nokia’s “best of everything” X range smartphones to conquer the smartphone market between the Asha … Continue reading

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Nokia’s “best of everything” X range smartphones to conquer the smartphone market between the Asha and Lumia devices

Nokia X and X+ [Henrique Martin YouTube channel, Feb 24, 2014] Updates: – NOKIA X DUAL SIM, Go! With Nokia X [Nokia India product page, March 10, 2014] … Starting from: Rs 8,599 [$140] … – Nokia X Price in … Continue reading

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View from Redmond via Tim O’Brien, GM, Platform Strategy at Microsoft

Tim is currently touring Europe as part of preparations for the upcoming Build 2014 conference. He had an opportunity to meet some people in Hungary as well which allows me now to summarize how they see the current sitution from … Continue reading

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4 delivery and Dell as the first company to OEM it co-engineered on Dell infrastructure with Red Hat

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform: Community-invented, Red Hat hardened [RedHatCloud YouTube channel, Aug 5, 2013] Learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform allows you to deploy a supported version of OpenStack on an enterprise-hardened Linux platform to build … Continue reading

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“Cloud first”: the origins and the current meaning

With Satya Nadella, the newly appointed CEO of Microsoft now emphasizing “mobile first” together with the already emphasized “cloud first” one is becoming curious about the origins of the “cloud first” concept as well as the meanings attached to it … Continue reading

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“Mobile first”: the origins and the current meaning

With Satya Nadella, the newly appointed CEO of Microsoft now emphasizing “mobile first” together with the already emphasized “cloud first” one is becoming curious about the origins of the concept as well as the meanings attached to it since then: … Continue reading

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