Oracle taps Nokia for maps
Nokia and Oracle are expected to announce a deal tomorrow that will give Oracle customers access to Nokia’s growing stable of data and location services.
The deal, which is due to be announced at OracleWorld conference in San Francisco, is expected to expand the reach of the Finnish handset maker’s Navteq mapping services, The Wall Street Journal reported. Financial details of the arrangement were not revealed.
Nokia reportedly confirmed the deal, but CNET has contacted Nokia and Oracle for comment and will update this report when we learn more.
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