Nokia has been riding at the top of the mobile handset game for a long long time. So it strikes me as a real shock to read TelecomTV article today "Nokia not prepared for smartphone onslaught" highlighting that Apple may have knocked Nokia out of first place as being world's most profitable handset vendor.
More striking is comment that Nokia "does not rule out" selling off the handset division. I'm waiting to read that was a typo.
In an earlier blog post for Mobile Internet Odyssey I reflect on witnessing a changing of the guard when www joined the Internet, and how it stands to reason there will likely be a changing of the guard as mobile network operators turn more and more to Internet and IP solution vendors.
But it's mind boggling to think a super power like Nokia could get caught off guard for handsets. Heresy? Rumor?
show controller npu voq-usage interface all instance all location all
NPU/CORE/VOQ Base information + NPU to port mapping
show platform cpu
Operational Status of all CPU based cards
show platform secur...
Crosswork Cloud - Crosswork Trust Insights FAQ
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One can also perform the operation manually, like a "turboboot" for classic XR in this facinity.
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