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Thailand’s state-owned operator TOT expects to post a loss exceeding 1 billion baht ($32.8 million) for 2010 due to high expenses and the aftermath of the country’s worst floods in years.
 
The firm’s acting president Noppanat Hutacharoen said TOT had operating revenues of between 28 billion baht to 29 billion baht last year.
 
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Chipset platform vendor Sequans and Nokia Siemens Networks say they have successfully conducted interoperability trials of TD-LTE technology.
 
The demonstration tested the interoperability of NSN’s TD-LTE infrastructure equipment with Sequans&rsq

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Chinese regulators have prevented Nokia Siemens from reaching its goal of acquiring Motorola's wireless infrastructure business by the end of 2010.
 
The company said it now expects the $1.2 billion ac

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Indian mobile carrier Idea Cellular has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks to build and manage its HSPA networks in four circles, as well as supply equipment.

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Nokia Siemens Networks said it is a step closer to commercializing TD-LTE technology after completing interoperability tests with chip firm Sequans.

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By the end of 2010, telecom service providers worldwide will have outsourced about $53.5 billion worth of networking tasks to equipment vendors, according to a new report by Infonetics Research.

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Best Managed Support Services Vendor of the Year: Nokia Siemens Networks

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A senior vice president of Ericsson earlier this month revealed that at some point his company would consider buying networks from operators.
 
This is not much of a surprise coming from an equipment provider who now runs over 300 mobile networks and manages a potential 700 million subscribers across multiple continents.
 
Clearly the global r

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This week dozens of Indian operators face the loss of their 2G licenses, while Twitter’s valuation soared.
 
As the probe into India’s 2G spectrum scandal widened, regulator Trai

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Just as operators are beginning to roll out LTE, standards group 3GPP is working on extending the life of 3G.
 
3GPP, the chief mobile standards body, has accepted a technology pitched by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and T-Mobile USA that promises to increase the peak HSPA speed to more than 650 Mbps.
 
The new technology, dubbed Long Term

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