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Microsoft acquired Seattle-based Visio Corporation on January 7, 2000, for $1.375 billion. Visio, a software company, was founded in 1990 as Axon Corporation, and had its initial public offering in November 1995.[6] The company developed the diagramming application software, Visio, which was integrated into Microsoft's product line as Microsoft Visio after its acquisition.

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On July 12, 2002, Microsoft purchased Navision for $1.33 billion. The company, which developed the technology for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV enterprise resource planning software, was integrated into Microsoft as a new division named Microsoft Business Solutions,[7] later renamed to Microsoft Dynamics.[8]

In 1998, Nokia co-founded Symbian Ltd. led by Psion to create a new operating system for PDAs and smart mobile phones as a successor of EPOC32. They released the Nokia 9210 Communicator running Symbian OS in 2001 and later that year created the Symbian Series 60 platform, later introducing it with their first camera phone, the Nokia 7650. Both Nokia and Symbian eventually became the largest smartphone hardware and software maker respectively, and in February 2004 Nokia became the largest shareholder of Symbian Ltd.[49] Nokia acquired the entire company in June 2008 and then formed the Symbian Foundation as its successor.[50]

In October 2008, Nokia announced the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, the first device to ship with the new touch-centric S60 5th Edition, also known as Symbian^1, the first iteration of the platform since the creation of the Symbian Foundation. In November 2008 Nokia announced it would end mobile phone sales in Japan because of low market share.[76] Nokia's global mobile phone market share peaked in 2008 at 38.6 percent.[77] The same year, Nokia announced the acquisition of Trolltech and its Qt software development.[78] Qt was a central part of Nokia's strategy until 2011, and it was eventually sold in 2012.[79]

According to Robert Morlino, the spokesman of Nokia Technologies, Nokia planned to follow the brand-licensing model rather than direct marketing of mobile devices due to the sale of its mobile devices division to Microsoft.[141] The company took aggressive steps to revitalize itself, evident through its hiring of software experts, testing of new products and seeking of sales partners.[142] On 14 July 2015, CEO Rajeev Suri confirmed that the company would make a return to the mobile phones market in 2016.[143]

On 18 May 2016, Microsoft Mobile sold its Nokia-branded feature phone business to HMD Global, a new company founded by former Nokia executive Jean-Francois Baril, and an associated factory in Vietnam to Foxconn's FIH Mobile subsidiary. Nokia subsequently entered into a long-term licensing deal to make HMD the exclusive manufacturer of Nokia-branded phones and tablets outside Japan, operating in conjunction with Foxconn. The deal also granted HMD the right to essential patents and featurephone software. HMD subsequently announced the Android-based Nokia 6 smartphone in January 2017.[163][164] At Mobile World Congress, HMD additionally unveiled the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 smartphones, as well as a re-imagining of Nokia's classic 3310 feature phone.[165][166] While Nokia has no investment in the company, they do have some input in the new devices.

Nuage Networks is a venture providing software-defined networking solutions. It was formed by Alcatel-Lucent in 2013 to develop a software overlay for automating and orchestrating hybrid clouds.[207] It has been part of Nokia following their acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent in 2016.[208] Throughout 2017 Nuage sealed deals with Vodafone and Telefónica to provide its SD-WAN architecture to their servers.[209][210] BT had already been a client since 2016.[211] A deal with China Mobile in January 2017 also used Nuage's software-defined networking technology for 2,000 public cloud servers at existing data centers in China,[212] and another in October 2017 with China Pacific Insurance Company.[213]

Nokia brand owner HMD Global denied any such transfers had taken place, stating that it was instead the result of an error in the packing process of the phone's software.[262] The Finnish Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman launched an investigation into the matter on the assumption "that personal data has been transferred."[263]

"It requires cloud core, IP routing, transport of many kinds, fixed-wireless access, software-defined networking, and more, and Nokia is one of the very few companies that is able to meet all those needs."

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An analysis of power models the from micro- to macro-level is presented in [44]. This survey covers different aspects and levels of both hardware- and software-centric modeling techniques. Researchers studied models based on computing resources (CPU, memory, storage and I/O), system architecture (such as single or multiple cores), the availability of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), system/network components, operating systems and virtualization environments. They categorize the existing models at different layers moving from architecture level modeling to the level of power models for whole data centers. However, the survey did not focus greatly on power modeling techniques that consider the effect of different virtual entities.

The survey in [46] adopts a slightly different analytical approach and evaluates selected existing power modeling techniques in a unified environment. Comparative analysis has been performed for twenty-four different software power models and measurement methods, with nine different benchmarks under a single experimental environment. It evaluates the existing software power measurement techniques and models for different applications, benchmarks, systems configuration, server architecture and for their estimation errors. The authors claim that most of the software-based power models use system performance metrics provided by the operating system, or performance monitoring counters provided by hardware sub-systems of the server. Software power models considered in this study are categorized in three types as single variable CPU-based, multi-variable CPU-based, and single-variable throughput-based. The result of this unified experimental setup shows that power models based on a support vector machine (SVM) and interpolation techniques show the least error for different resource-intensive applications, whereas lasso regression with 30 variables was found to be the worst power model with the highest error. Furthermore, the modeling techniques are mainly divided into two categories; linear and non-linear, where each category is further classified based on its derivation from mathematical modeling or machine learning techniques.

The alternative is the deployment of software power meters. In the scope of this survey, the cases we consider are meters that attempt to predict host power consumption on the basis of activity in the VE. This challenge is tackled, for example, in [58,59,60,62,67,70]. These works then proceed to tackle the problem of attribution of system power to the guest VEs. Indeed, inclusion within the scope of both challenges (modeling power consumption of VEs and that of the host system power) seems to significantly enhance the usefulness of such research, with relatively less effort.

Category D15 regards contributions to knowledge about the power consumption of software data planes [48,53]; D16 regards virtualization of network I/O [51,53], and D17 is about network functions [48,53,85]. Thus, in [51], the power efficiency of DPDK PMDs is demonstrated with respect to Netmap drivers, for packet transmission. This development is balanced by [48], where the power efficiency of transmission through a DPDK-enhanced Open vSwitch is shown to be worse (@500-byte Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)) than that of the unenhanced Open vSwitch. In each of these categories, efforts are made to allocate burden through the isolation of power consumption and the attribution to the sub-system (data plane/virtualized IO/network function) under study.


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