Research In Motion's (RIMM) recent shakeup may partly represent an attempt to maintain the...


Research 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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