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[Homework]2014-05-06&05-08 诺基亚“变脸”微软移动 任命网络部门主管苏立为CEO

There is a new boss in Nokia. Steven is out. He is over Microsoft now on devices, and he took Nokia's handset business with him. The new manager that replaces him is Rafeev Suri, he helped turn around the company's telecom network devision which accounts for most of the revenues in the business that Nokia plans to keep.
Think about this as the Internet things plus a lot of intelligence where billions of programmbale objects become programmable systems which then become a programmable world where software will be at the heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.
Well, we try to get Mr. Suri to come on to the program and tell exactly what he is planning to do. He wasn't available. Jim is now going to hopefully discuss with us what Mr. Suri is going to do. Nokia has lost money with handsets for some time, are they rid of a bad lot?
Whether they get rid of the bad lot, they got a lot of money for it of course. They are gonna use that money for buying back for shares. So shareholders are quite happy. We did see Nokia share soared today and also they pay off some of its debt which is a good thing because Nokia has had a lot of debt for a while. So it is using the money wisely, I don't want to say it today. The question is can the networks business carry it forward. Of couse it's the big boring side, of the back side of the telecom network that they are going to focus on. They are also going to focus on the mapping system. Nokia still owns the mapping system that we see in many GPSes. And they hope of course even to be on Nokia phones, even though they don't own those handsets anymore. And also they own a lot of patents. That's the third thing they have, they can call that technology. So Nokia still has a lot going for. So what they need to do now I think they need to get out of the public eye, you know, now they don't have a mobile phone. Now you alike can't slam on every quarter about how badly it's going for the handset. They can get on the business and start competing with H and Erricson, doing the plummy behind the scenes and we can see whether the new CEO can do that. He of course comes from the networking sites and he knows how to do the business and as you say that's where the revenue comes from.
And whenever I speak to Hans and Ericson. You know,It is the depth with which these companies go into the * that is extraordinary. For instance, Ericson does the billing for many global telecoms companies when we are whirling around the world. Nokia is obvioiusly is going to be going to that sort of area.
Yes, remember Nokia is actually the old Nokia Simens we used to call it * as well which they own. And they become services company. And so you think the way that IBM transformed itself very successfully with just not sell the computers, forget about the computers, sell the services behind it, run the network for companis, do the upgrades, control it all for these companies and get paid a huge amount of money to run those services and then do the upgrades, cuz that of course the best thing about it. Once you are in the building, then you can continue to sell upgrades and that's how Nokia plans to compete with H who needs to continue to move into and Ericson who also,as you say, does a very job on that as well. And so they become the three big suppliers in the world and they can forget about the handset.

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[Homework]2014-05-06&05-08 诺基亚“变脸”微软移动 任命网络部门主管苏立为CEO

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There is a new boss in Nokia, Stephen Elop is out, he is over Microsoft now on devices and he took Nokia's handsets business with him. Commanders are blessing him that Rajeev Suri, he helped turn around the company's telecom network division which accounts for most of the revenues in the business that Nokia plans to keep
Think about this is the internet things plus a lot of intelligence, where billions of programmable objectives become programmable systems, which then become a programmable world, where software will be at the heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.


Well, we try to get to Mr Suri come on to the program and tell us exactly what he is planning to do, and he wasn't available. Jim Boulder is here going to discuss with us what necessary is going to do. And Nokia has lost money with handsets for sometime, are they red about bad lots.


Well they get rid of the bad lot, they got a a lot of money for of course, and they're going to use that money for buy back, for share,so share, shareholders are quite happy. We didn't see Nokia shares sore today ,also to pay off some of its debts, which is a good thing, which is because Nokia had a lot of debts for a while. So it's using money wisely, Anna would say today. The question is can the network's business carry it for, because it is the big boring side of the back side of telecom networks that they are going to focus on. They are also gonna focus on the mapping system. Nokia still owns the mapping system that we see in many GPSs and they hope of course even to be on the Nokia phones even they don't own these handsets any more. And also they know how to patterns that the third thing they have. They are kinda call that technology. So Nokia still has a lot going for retrieved. So what they need to do now. I think they need get out of the public eye. Now they don't have that mobile phone, now you cannot slam on every corner of how badly it going for the handsets. They can get all the business competing with Huawei and with Ericsson. Doing the plumbing behind the scenes, We can see whether the new CEO can do that. He is of course come from the networking side, he knows how to do business and you said that where the revenue comes from
Whenever I speak to XX Harrison, and you know it is the depth with which these companies going to the tokens that is extraordinary. For instance, Harriosn does the billing for many global telecom companies when when are moving around the world. Nokia is obviously is going to be going to that sort of area.


Yeah, cause remember Nokia, er, is actually the old Nokia-Simens that the old Simens side inside which they own. and they became services company and so you think the way that IBM transformed itself very successfully with just not sell the computers. Forget about the computers, sell the services behind it run the networks for companies, do the upgrades, control it all for these companies and get paid a huge amount of money to run the services and then do upgrade. Cause that of course the best thing about it, once you are in the building, then you can continue to sell upgrades, that how Nokia plans to compete with Huawei who needs continuously to move in and  Ericsson who also, as you say, does a very good job on that as well. So they become the three players in the world, they can forget about the handsets.


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There is a new boss at Nokia, SL is out, he's over at Microsoft now on devices and he took Nokia's handset business with him. The man who's replacing him is Rajeeve Suri, he helped turn around the company's telecom network division which accounts for most of the revenues in the business that Nokia plans to keep.

Think about this as the internet of things plus a lot of intelligence where billions of programmable objects become programmable systems, which then becomes a programmable world, where software will be at the heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.

Well, we tried to get Mr. Suri to come on to the program and tell us exactly what he's planning to do; he wasn't available, Jim Boulden is now going to hopefully discuss with us what Mr. Suri is going to do. Nokia has lost money with handsets for some time, are they red of a bad lot?

Well, they got rid of the bad lot and they got a lot of money for it of course, and they're gonna use that money for buy back, for shares, so shareholders are quite happy we did see Nokish shares soared today and also to pay off some of its debt which is a good thing Richard because Nokia has had a lot of debt for a while so it's using the money wisely as those would say today. The question is, can the networks business carry it forward. Of course, it's the big boring side of the backside of the telecom networks that they're gonna focus on. They are also gonna focus on the mapping system. Nokia still owns the mapping system that we see in many GPSs, and they hope of course even to be on Nokia phones even though they don't own those handsets any more, and also they own a lot of padants and that' the third thing they have; they are gonna call that technology so Nokia still has a lot going for, Richard, so what are they need to do now I think, they need to get out of the public eye, you know, now they don't have that mobilephone, now you and I can't ? on every quarter about how badly it's going for the handsets, they can get all of the business of competing with Huawei, and with Erikson, doing the plumming behind the scenes and we can see whether the new CEO can do that. He's of course, come from the networking side, he knows how to do business, and as you said, that's where the revenue comes from.

Whenever I speak to XX and Ericson, you know, it is the depth with which these companies go into the telcos that' extrordinary. For instance, Erikson does the billing for many global telecoms companies when we are roaming around the world. Nokia is obviously going to be going to that sort of area.

Yeah, cause remember Nokia is actually the old Nokia Semens we used to call it, that old Semens side of it as well which they own, and they become services companies and so, you think of the way that IBM transformed itself very successfully was just not sell the computers, forget about the computers. Sell the services behind it, run the networks for companies, do the upgrade, control it all for these companies and get paid a huge amount of money to run those services, and then do the upgrade, cause that's of course, the best thing about it. It's when you're in the building, then you continue to sell upgrades and that's how Nokia plans to compete with Huawei, who needs it continue to move into your, and Erikson, who also, as you said, does a very good work with that as well, so they become the three big players in the world and they can forget about the handsets.
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[Homework]2014-05-06&05-08 诺基亚“变脸”微软移动 任命网络部门主管苏立为CEO

There is a new boss in Nokia. Steven Elop is out. He is over Microsoft now on devices and took Nokia's handsets business with him. The manager who places him is * he helped turn around the company's telecom network devision which accounts for most of the revenue in the business that Nokia plans to keep.                                                   

Think about this as the Internet things plus a lot of intelligence where billions of programable objects become programable systems which then become a programable world where software will be at the heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.


Well, we try to get Mr. * to come on to the program and tell us exactly what he is planning to do.He wasn't available. Jim * is now going to hopefully discuss with us what * is going to do. And Nokia has lost money with handsets for some time. Are they rid of a bad lot?


Whether they get rid of the bad lot, they got a lot of money for it of course. They are gonna use that money for buying back for shares. So shareholders are quite happy. We didn't see Nokia share soared today and also they pay off some of its debts which is a good thing because Nokia has had a lot of debts for a while. So it is using the money wisely, I don't want to say it today. The question is can the networks business carry it forward. Of course it's the big boring side, of the back side of the telecom network that they are going to focus on. They are also going to focus on the mapping system. Nokia still owns the mapping system that we see in many GPSs. And they hope of course even to be on Nokia phones, even though they don't own those handsets anymore. And also they own a lot of patents. That's the third thing they have, they can call that technology. So Nokia still has a lot going for, Richard. So what they need to do now I think they need to get out of the public eye, you know, now they don't have a mobile phone. Now Uni-kids slam on every quarter about how badly it's going for their handsets. They can get on the business and start competing with Huawei and with Ericsson, doing the plummy behind the scenes and we can see whether the new CEO can do that. He of course comes from the networking site and he knows how to do the business and as you said that's where the revenue comes from.


And whenever I speak to * and Ericsson. You know it's the depth with which these companies go into the telcos that is extraordinary. For instance, Ericsson does the billing for many global telecoms companies when we are aware around the world. Nokia is obvious going to be going to that sort of area.


Yes, cos remember Nokia is actually the old Nokia Simens we used to call it that old Simens side of this well which they own. And they become services company. And so you think the way that IBM transformed itself very successfully with just not sell the computers, forget about the computers, sell the services behind it, run the network for companies, do the upgrades, control it all for the companies and get paid a huge amount of money to run the services and then do the upgrades, cos that of course the best thing about it. It's once you are in the building, then you can continue to sell upgrades and that's how Nokia plans to compete with Huawei who needs to continue to move in and Ericsson who also, as you say, does a very good job on that as well. So they become the three big players in the world and they can forget about the handsets.

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There’s a new boss at Nokia. Steven Elop is out. He’s over Microsoft now on devices. And he took Nokia’s handset business with him. The man who is replacing him is Rajeev Suri. He helped turn around the company’s telecom network division, which accounts for most of the revenues in the business that Nokia plans to keep.

“Think about this as the internet of things plus a lot of intelligence, where billions of programmable objects become programmable systems, which then become a programmable world, where software will be at the heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.”

Well, we try to get Mr. Suri to come onto the program and tell us exactly what he is planning to do. And he wasn’t available.

Jim Boulden's now going to hopefully discuss with us what Mr. Suri is going to do.

And Nokia has lost money with handsets for some time. Are they rid of a bad lot?

Well, they get rid of the bad lot and they got a lot of money for it, of course. And they are gonna use that money for buyback for shares, so shareholders are quite happy. We didn’t see Nokia shares soar today. And also to pay off some its debt, which is a good thing, Richard, because Nokia has had a lot of debt for a while. So it’s using the money wisely, analysts would say today.

The question is: can the network’s business carry it forward? Of course, it’s the big boring side of the backside of the telecom networks that they are going to focus on. They are also gonna focus on the mapping system. Nokia still owns the mapping system that we see in many GPSes and they hope, of course, even to be on Nokia phones, even though they don’t own those handsets anymore. And also they don’t own a lot of patents. And that’s the third thing to have. And they are gonna call that technology.

So Nokia still has a lot going for it, Richard. So what do they need to do now? I think they need to get out of the public eye, you know, now they don’t have that mobile phone. Now you and I can’t slam them every quarter about how badly it’s going for the handsets. They can get on with the business of competing with Huawei and with Ericsson, doing the plumbing behind the scenes. And we can see whether the new CEO can do that. He’s, of course, come from the networking side. He knows that side of the business. And as you said, that’s where the revenues come from.

And whenever I speak to Hans Vestberg at Ericsson, you know, it is the depth with which these companies go into the telecos that’s extraordinary, for instance, you know, Ericsson does the billing for many global telecoms companies when we are roaming around the world. Nokia is obviously going to that sort of area.

Yeah, because remember, Nokia is actually the old Nokia Siemens, we used to call it. That’s the old Siemens side of it as well, which they own. And they become services companies. And so you think the way that IBM transformed itself very successfully with just not sell the computers. Forget about the computers. Sell the services behind it, run the networks for companies, do the upgrades, control it all for all for these companies and get paid a huge amount of money to run those services and then do the upgrade, because that’s of course the best thing about it. And once you are in the building, then you can continue to sell upgrades. And that’s how Nokia plans to compete with Huawei who needs to continue to move into Europe and Ericsson who also, as you say, does a very good job of that as well. So they become the three big players in the world and they can forget about the handsets.

[Homework]2014-05-06&05-08 诺基亚“变脸”微软移动 任命网络部门主管苏立为CEO

There's a boss in Nokia, Steven Elop is out, is over Microsoft now devices, and he took Nokia's handset business with thim. The man who replace him is Rajeeve Suri, he helped turn around company's telecom network devision which accounts on most of revenues in the business that Noika plans to keep.

I think about this is the internet of things plus a lot of intelligence, where billions of programmable objects become programmable systems which then become a programmable world, where solftware will be at heart of nearly everything that we create and we do.

Well, we try to get Mr Suri to come onto the program tell us exactly what is funning to do, and he wasn't available, Jim Boulden's now going to discuss with us what Mr. Suri is going to do, and Nokia has lost money with handset for some time, are they rid of a bad lot?

Well, they get rid of the bad lot and they got a lot of money for their, of course, and they are gonna use their money for buy back for share, so share holders are quite happy. We didn't see Nokia share soar today, and also they pay off some of its debt, Which is good thing, Richard, because Nokia has a lot of debt for a while, so it's using the money wisely, analysts would say today. The question is can the network's business carry it forward? The question is big boring side of the backside of the telecom that works that they are gonna focus on, they are also gonna focus on the mapping system, Nokia's still owns mapping system we see in many GPSs and they hope, of course, even to be on Nokia phones, even though they don't own handsets any more. And also they have a lot of patents, that's the third thing to have, they are gonna call that technology. So, Nokia is still a lot of going for, Richard, so what they need to do now, I think they need to get out the public eye. You know, now they don't have a mobile phone, now // slam every quarter how badly is going for their handsets. They can get on business competing with Huawei and with Ericsson, doing the plummy behind scenes we can see whether the new CEO can do that. He's, of course come from the network side, he knows that side of business, and as you said that where the revenues come from.

And whenever I speak to H at Ericsson, you know, it is the debt with which these companies go into the telcos that is extraordinary. For instance, you know, Ericsson dose the billion for many global telecoms companies when we are aware around the world. Nokia is obvious going to be going to that sort of area.

You know, cos remember Nokia is actually the old Nokia Siemens, we used to call it. That's the old Siemen side of it as well, which they own. And they become services companies, and so, you think the way that IBM transform itself very successfully with just not sell their computers, forget about the computers, sell the service behind it, run network for companies, do the upgrades, control it of all the companies and get it paid a huge amount of money to run the services and do the upgrades, because that's of course the best thing about. And once you are in the building, and then you can continue to sell upgrades, and that's how Nokia plans to compete with Huawei who needs continue the moving to Europe and Ericsson how also, as you say, does a very good job of that as well. So they become the three big players in the world and they can forget about the handsets






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