Nokia is to buy certain assets of social networking software company cellity, based in Hamburg, Germany.
Cellity offers a solution to collect and store users’ contacts in one place. The service will not run under Nokia’s ownerhip. Nokia takes on Cellity’s 14 staff, and will work in its services unit.
Nokia vice president of services Christof Hellmis said: “Cellity has a very talented and innovative team, which we are very happy to have on board at Nokia. With this acquisition, we can accelerate our service development in some of our core areas.”