Intel plans to open Finnish R&D site as Nokia cuts back

intel plans to open a new research and development site in Finland. intel plans to starting with some 200 staff at a time when Finnish partner Nokia. and nokia is to unveil large job cuts.

Intel has worked closely with Nokia on developing the MeeGo software platform for mobile devices. but Nokia pulled back from the collaboration in February when the Finnish firm said it would focus on Microsoft software.



The software choice will cost more than 5,000 lost jobs for Finnish engineers. Nokia has said it would unveil the job cuts at the end of April.Nokia has promised to roll out later this year one device running the MeeGo operating system.

Google and Skype have said openly they are seeking to tap into Finnish engineering talent looking for new jobs following Nokia’s announcement.

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