Research In Motion's (RIMM) recent shakeup may partly represent an attempt to maintain the...
Friday, April 13, 2012, 9:35 AM ETResearch In Motion's (RIMM) recent shakeup may partly represent an attempt to maintain the status quo, if Reuters is right. Former co-CEO Jim Balsillie reportedly resigned after calling for RIM to sell access to its network operations (NOC) infrastructure to carriers looking to offer low-end data plans for iOS and Android devices. Many have called for RIM to monetize its NOCs, whose bandwidth-saving abilities could make them the company's most valuable asset.
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