FASTTAKES: Dell, Apple, Bharti, Taiwan Mobile, Alca-Lu, ACMA, NSN

Staff writer
19 Nov 2010

Dell lifted its net profit 144% in Q3 to $822m, with APAC revenue up 29%.

Apple will take its iAd advertising platform to Europe, starting with launches in the UK and France in December.

India's Bharti Airtel has revealed it has surpassed 200 million subscribers, and unveiled a global rebrand of its 19 operations across Asia and Africa.

TaiwanMobile has started taking pre-orders for Blackberry Torch smartphones, in the lead-up to a December launch.

Alcatel-Lucent has teamed up with Israel-based telco Bezeq International to deploy a high-speed subsea cable linking the country with Europe. The 2,297km cable will land in Italy, and will be the first to be fully owned by an Israeli firm.

Australian regulator ACMA has proposed six changes to the nation's subsea cable safety regime, including introducing compliance monitoring in protected zones.

Nokia Siemens has appointed Armando Almeida to head up its global services unit, replacing Ashish Chowdhary who will take up the new post running customer operations east. Almeida is currently in charge of sales and operations in Latin America.

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