Exactly one year to the day since Stephen Elop unveiled Nokia’s new strategy and its partnership with Microsoft, TechCentral brings you a special edition of the TalkCentral podcast: a roundtable interview with the Nokia CEO himself.
Listen as Elop talks about the future of the Windows Phone ecosystem, the latest round of jobs cuts, moving manufacturing to Asia, how Nokia is encouraging developers to write applications for Windows Phone and how location and other services are key to the company’s future success.
The roundtable features TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod, Talk Radio 702’s Aki Anastasiou, the ZA Tech Show’s Simon Dingle, Moneyweb’s Hilton Tarrant and World Wide Worx’s Arthur Goldstuck.
McLeod kicked off the session with a question to Elop about what progress the company has made since his now-famous “burning platform” memo in 2011.
[gplayer href=”https://techcentral.co.za/wp-content/audio/TalkCentral/tc60.mp3″ ] Stream this week’s show: [/gplayer]
Alternatively, download TalkCentral: Episode 60 to your computer.
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