flipped the switch on its Ovi Store, claiming that it's app market would potentially reach some 50 million users around the world. Unfortunately for Nokia, it seems as if all 50 million attempted to check things out at the same time. Web-wide, users were griping that things just weren't working out, and we're not talking about small packets of flustered users. In fact, Nokia was forced to admit that "shortly after launching, it began experiencing extraordinarily high spikes of traffic that resulted in some performance issues," and judging by reactions, we'd say "some" is now a front-runner for understatement of the year. Have things smoothed over for you today? Are you even bothering to check?
Update: Nokia has apologized for the gaff and has reportedly added server capacity to handle the demand. Question is: is the fix working?
Nokia's Ovi Store overwhelmed at launch, apology issued
Darren Murph|May 27, 2009 12:43 PM
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