Nokia May Sell Its HERE Mapping Business


Nokia is considering the sale of its HERE mapping business, according to a statement released today.

The Finnish mobile giant heavily reduced its business when it sold its devices arm to Microsoft for $7.3 billion last year, and HERE is one of the last consumer-facing components that the company retained — alongside its embryonic line of devices, which includes its N1 Android tablet.

That said, the company — which today also confirmed a deal to buy Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion — pointed out that it is only « reviewing » options for HERE at this point.

« Nokia today announces that it has initiated a review of strategic options, including a potential divestment, for its HERE business… The strategic review of HERE is on-going and it may or may not result in any transaction, » it said.

Nokia, which also sold its MixRadio service — another consumer-facing product — to messaging app company Line, would be likely to have plenty of…

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