20/06/2011 - 11:39

Samsung Electronics enters Japanese LTE market
The Korea Herald
“We hope to offer solutions that would benefit not only our clients, which are the telecom companies, but also the consumers,” said Kim Young-ky, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics' telecommunications systems business. ...

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20/06/2011 - 11:32

Top 5 Companies in the Wireless Telecommunication Services Industry With ...
Investor's Business Daily
Jun 20, 2011 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the bottom five companies (among those with positive free cash flow) in the Wireless Telecommunication Services industry as ranked by free cash flow (FCF) per share. ...

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20/06/2011 - 11:15

The National

UAE TRA launches an awareness campaign in Dragon Mall targeting ...
AME Info
Proceeding from its objectives to regulate the telecommunications sector in the UAE, and based on its strategic plan for 2011 aiming at spreading knowledge and awareness regarding laws and regulations in the UAE, the Telecommunication Regulatory ...
Illegal spy cameras being openly sold in Dragon MartEmirates 24/7
UAE telecoms sector ready for red alert response to emergenciesThe National
National emergency plan for telecoms sector unveiledgulfnews.com

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20/06/2011 - 10:53

Probe Smart-Sun deal, consumer group urges DOJ
s (PLDT) acquisition of Gokongwei-owned Digitel Telecommunications Philippines Inc. (DTPI) which operates Sun Cellular. Under President Benigno Aquino III's Executive Order 45, the DOJ under Secretary Leila de Lima was designated as the country's ...
Globe seeks DOJ's interventionInquirer.net
Tech Round-up: OVP website hacked, P-Noy appoints new CICT Commissioner, NTC ...The Philippine Online Chronicles
Pangilinan to government: Protect consumers, not market rivalsSun.Star
istockAnalyst.com (press release) -ABS CBN News -Telecompaper (subscription)
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20/06/2011 - 10:40

Newbury Weekly News Group

Council blames BT for CCTV failings
Newbury Weekly News Group
WEST Berkshire Council has pointed the finger at telecommunications giant BT and said it was to blame for the problems which plagued the switch-over of the authority's CCTV network, which left parts of the district ...

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20/06/2011 - 10:00

Fujitsu Appointed to Whole of Government Telecommunications Management Panel
VAdvert Press Center (press release)
Sydney — Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, a leading provider of ICT business solutions, has been appointed by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) to the Whole of Government Telecommunications Management Panel (TMAN). ...

20/06/2011 - 08:51

RTT News

C&W globe trotting days may be over
Rethink Wireless
UK telecommunications giant Cable and Wireless, could retrench to the UK by selling off all of its overseas operations. An informal bid has been made by Hong Kong and Singapore based Pacnet for around $500 million (£390 million). ...
C&W Worldwide weighs overseas sale - reportstv.tv
FT: Cable & Wireless Worldwide Mulls Sale Of International AssetsRTT News

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20/06/2011 - 07:03

ClariPhy Announces New Funding Round Led by Nokia Siemens Networks
MarketWatch (press release)
The funding round was led by Nokia Siemens Networks, a global supplier of telecommunications equipment and services, and also included existing investors. The investment strengthens ClariPhy's capability to drive volume deployment of state of the art ...
ClariPhy Announces New Funding Round Led by Nokia Siemens NetworksBusiness Wire (press release)

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20/06/2011 - 05:59


iiNet welcomes Amcom share offload
ZDNet Australia
Amcom Telecommunications Ltd, which had held 23.4 per cent, or 35.5 million shares, in iiNet, said on Friday that it had sold 4.5 million shares, and would distribute the remaining 31 million shares amongst its shareholders. ...
TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: iiNet disconnectedBusiness Spectator
iiNet welcomes Amcom share offloadSydney Morning Herald
TECH DEALS: iiNet disconnectedTechnology Spectator
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20/06/2011 - 04:12


Tech and Science
Straits Times
SINGAPORE - ONE of Asia's biggest telecommunications fairs opens in Singapore on Tuesday with tablets and smartphones taking centre stage and Nokia making a fresh bid to attract a new generation of consumers. As in past years, industry behemoth Apple ...
Nokia to Outline Plans for 'Forgotten' AsiaBloomberg

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