We have been hearing quite a bit about mapping software over the last few weeks, mainly Apple Maps and Google Maps, and now it would appear that Nokia is the latest company that will be looking to give Google Maps some competition.
According to a recent report by the WSJ, Nokia has signed a deal with Oracle to use Nokia Maps for enterprise customers, and the deal will give Oracle customers access to Nokia Maps and location services.
The WSJ says that the deal will be officially announced today at the OracleWorld conference in San Francisco, and the deal will allow Oracle customers to use and also integrate Nokia Maps into Oracle applications.
This is good news for Nokia, and we should have more details on the deal between the two companies when it is officially announced later today.
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