- HMD Global has been financing to develop their own services business.
- HMD Global has applied for the “HMD Enable Pro” trademark and is trying to protect the name in a trademark application at EUIPO.
- The trademark suits the category of “software as a service (SaaS)” product.
HMD Global to apply for the “HMD Enable Pro” trademark
HMD Global, the Nokia brand’s licensee for smartphones, has been financing to develop its own services business. Earlier, it began with HMD Connect, a global roaming service aimed at travel, right at the outbreak of the pandemic. Further, it expanded to companies with HMD Connect Pro that provides businesses a path to link their employees and IoT devices using HMD’s service.
HMD Global has applied for the “HMD Enable Pro” trademark and is trying to protect the name in a trademark application at European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The trademark suits the category of “software as a service (SaaS)” product and, among other things, enterprise mobility management (EMM) software. The date of receipt was March 18, 2021, with the application being “under examination.”
A quick search online reveals a login page for the upcoming service, with the page title being “EMM from HMD Global.” This proves that Enable Pro would be an extension of the Connect services, possibly offering some extra features to business consumers in handling their wireless devices.
About HMD Global
HMD Global is an independent Finnish start-up that believes mobile technology could enhance everyday lives. Therefore, HMD is expanding its software services.