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Monday, May 28, 2012
Bing Maps Now Using Nokia Backend Services for Traffic and Geocoding


Microsoft is launching Nokia powered traffic results on Bing Maps, rolling out today in 24 countries.

Microsoft says the following countries will see improvements through Bing Maps as a result of the company's partnership with Nokia in Mapping:

Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
UAE
United Kingdom
US

Microsof tis also improving its existing traffic coverage in the US to include traffic information for side streets in addition to freeway traffic information.

In addition to these traffic improvements, Bing Maps will also start to use Nokia?s geocoding services in a number of countries offering improved directions.


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