FASTTAKES: C&W, Google China, MTNL, Nortel, Telstra

Staff Writer
07 Sep 2009
00:00

Cable&Wireless said it had last year doubled the amount of business won in Asia-Pacific for the second consecutive year. The company added 15 new customers in the region over the period.

Former Google China CEO Lee Kai-fu will this week launch his own business offering “angel funding” for Chinese technology start-ups.

MTNL's 3G network outsourcing tender just two bids.

Nortel received competing bids for its enterprise business prior to Friday's deadline, but has yet to reveal how many, the source of the bids, or whether a bidder beat out stalking-horse entrant Avaya for the unit.

Telstra International said it would open a 10,000 square foot data hosting center in London. The facility, which will have an eight-figure price tag, is expected to open in Q4 2009.

Tech billionaire Tom Siebel, former CEO of Siebel Systems, revealed that he is recovering after being mauled by an elephant last month during a safari trip to Tanzania.

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