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Nokia to consider the future of its Digital Health business

Nokia purchased the French digital health company Withings back in 2016 and less than two years later is considering what to do with it. An official press release stated the Digital Health business is going into strategic review, effectively meaning Nokia is thinking if it should sell or even shut down the whole department. Nokia Steel HR Losing the Digital Health division could be a big blow for Nokia. The info about a strategic review comes just 4 months after canceling the OZO VR project due to slower-than-expected development of the market. In the brief press message the… – Latest articles

Nokia puts its Digital Health business, formerly Withings, under strategic review

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Back in 2016, Nokia announced it wanted to acquire French wearables and health company Withings. One year and two months later, in June of 2017, the acquisition and assimilation was complete and Withings became Nokia Health and started releasing some more products, the last of which was Nokia Sleep which was introduced at this year’s CES. Now Nokia has announced that it has initiated a strategic review for this Digital Health business.

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