Nokia’s Meego Device VP Ari Jaaksi quits
Ari Jaaksi, Vice President Nokia, Meego (formerly Maemo) Devices has resigned. Finland’s Talous Sanomat confirms that Ari Jaaksi quit the company last week. The hardtime in Nokia board continues after the CEO Olli Pekka and the Head of Nokia Mobile Solutions Anssi Vanjoki, now Ari Jassksi who is responsible for Meego has left the company.
But Nokia spokesman said his departure doesnt affect the development of Meego and first Meego Device. And also Nokia promises to give a update on Meego before this year end.
Jaaksi has worked at Nokia since 1998. Since 2003, he was developing Nokia’s Linux-based Maemo operating system, which was used in Nokia’s Internet Tablet Nokia N900 devices and smartphones. Since 2003, they was Developing Nokia’s Linux-based Maemo operating system, which was used in Nokia’s Internet Tablet Nokia N900. Last February, Nokia and Intel announced to merge Maemo and Moblin OS Meego.