FASTTAKES: Alca-Lu, Indosat, KDDI, Motorola, Globe, Bharti, ZTE, Trend Micro

Telecom Asia Staff
24 Apr 2009

Alcatel-Lucent has been contracted to provide IP-based voice and data networking solutions for T-Systems and the enterprise arm of Deutsche Telekom.

Indosatsaidcurrency fluctuations were to blame for an 82% fall in net income. Its ebitda margin was off just 2.8% as it added 6.9 million new subs for the quarter.

KDDI\'s net income fell 2.2% to 217.7 billion yen ($2.22 billion). Revenue remained stable at 2.74 trillion yen.

Motorola has been contracted by China Unicom to help integrate the operator\'s GSM and W-CDMA networks.

ZTE has won a W-CDMA contract from Turkish operator AVEA. AVEA will rollout a national W-CDMA network and a UMTS network in 33 Turkish cities.

Trend Micro has launched a browser protection application for the iPhone on Apple\'s app store.

Philippine operator Globe Telecom has installed NSN\'sprepaid billing solution.

Indian VAS solutions provider Bharti Telesoft has changed its name to Comviva.

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