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08 Jun 2007
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NSN has won a contract to supply 800,000 high-speed lines to BSNL, India's largest carrier. Thee vendor will NSN install carrier Ethernet connectivity in 283 Indian cities. BSNL plans to roll out 6m new DSL connections over the next three years, with the possibility of 3m more.

BT has completed the acquisition of Indian enterprise IP services company i2i Enterprise.

Alcatel-Lucent will supply a hybrid VoIP-PBX solution for media attending the G8 summit in Heiligendamm and Kühlungsborn, Germany, next week.

IP solutions provider BNS has unveiled its new Nautilus middleware platform designed to power IP-based video services such as IPTV, Internet TV and MDU IPTV.

KT, Nortel and LG-Nortel have launched a collaboration at KT's mobile WiMAX service center in Seoul for the supply of Nortel's mobile WiMAX technology and provide ongoing technical support.

Fluke Networks has launched a portal test system, NetDSL, that allows telecom operators to test, pre-qualify and document the copper distribution for ADSL 2+. The system also supports real-time analysis, Fluke says.

Maltacom Group has selected Tandberg Television to provide multi-platform video processing which will enable Maltacom to roll out live and on-demand digital services.

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