FASTTAKES: Google, NSN, China Mobile, CAT Telecom, CSL, VNPT, Aricent

Staff writer
09 Sep 2010


Google has upgraded its search engine with Google Instant, which provides search results as users input their queries. 


Nokia Siemens Networks has invested £4m ($6.2m) into UK-based OpenCloud, which provides real-time application server software. Existing investors Advent Venture Partners and No 8 Ventures have tipped in another £1m, OpenCloud said


China Mobile has upgraded its Shaanxi data center using Juniper Networks’ New Network equipment, Juniper announced.


Thailand's CAT Telecom is under pressure from its union to file a lawsuit seeking to block the nation's 3G auctions, because the company stands to be substantially harmed if its 2G concession holder customers win 3G licenses.


Google is not one of the 70 firms that have applied to provide internet mapping services in China, China Daily reported Thursday.  


Hong Kong's CSL has launched a mobile TV service broadcasting Indonesian channel Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV), to customers of its mobile service dedicated to Indonesian expatriates living in Hong Kong.


Vietnamese operator VNPT has signed a deal with Alcatel-Lucent to deploy Vietnam's first end-to-end IMS network.


Aricent has boosted its OSS practice with a mobile service assurance division, which will focus on optimizing network and service quality.


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