FASTTAKES: Alcatel-Lucent, China Telecom, NSN, Uninor, Reliance, ZTE, RIM

Nicole McCormick
02 Jun 2010

Alcatel-Lucent says it has been selected as the sole equipment provider for China Telecom’s trial CDMA/EV-DO Rev. B network at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai.

Nokia Siemens Networks has appointed Hossein Moiin, currently responsible for mobile technology and architecture at BT, as chief technology officer. He will join the firm on July 1, reporting chief executive Rajeev Suri.

Uninor has launched service in five new telecom circles – Mumbai, Maharashtra and Goa, Gujarat, Kolkata and West Bengal. It now covers 13 circles and a population footprint to 900 million people across India.

Second-ranked Indian cellco Reliance Communications has urged Telecom Minister A. Raja to increase spectrum limits for CDMA players, reports the Economic Times.

ZTE has completed what it says is the world's first S1/X2 interface conformity test for TD-LTE equipment.

BlackBerry App World is now available in Japan, according to BlackBerry developerResearch In Motion.

AsiaSatsaid that its AsiaSat 5 bird will distribute live high definition and standard definition television feeds of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Related content

No Comments Yet! Be the first to share what you think!