Jolla Is Saved By A Fresh Round Of Funding
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 18 December 2015 at 08:35 PM EST. 17 Comments
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Last month Jolla was in very dire shape with having to go through debt restructuring and major layoffs at the company after their latest round of financing had collapsed. Fortunately, they've received a fresh round of funding to keep the company alive.

Antti Saarnio has shared that "Jolla is back in business!" with their latest financing round. With this money, they will specifically be focusing upon Sailfish OS 2.0 development, strongly focusing on India and Russian markets, and they hope to get the Jolla Tablet back on track.

More details via this Jolla blog post.
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