FASTTAKES: Huawei, Telstra, Thaicom, Motorola, DoCoMo, Orange

Staff writer
28 Oct 2009

Huawei has successfully completed the world’s first test of an LTE self-organizing network (SON) with T-Mobile in Innsbruck, Austria.

Telstra has confirmed its full-year guidance of low single-digit growth in revenue, ebitda and ebit.

Thaicom will issue 7 billion baht ($209 million) worth of senior debentures to investors, in an effort to help pay the loans incurred during the launch of its fourth and fifth satellites.

Motorola is working closely with China-based handset makers rather than its former Taiwan partners for the production of entry-level and mid-range phones, DigiTimes reports.

NTT DoCoMo will launch an unlimited domestic i-mode email plan for its FOMA users on December 1. Prices will start at 780 yen ($8.50).

Orange UK will start selling the iPhone on November 10, just days after rival O2’s exclusive deal with Apple expires.

US operator Clearwire has appointed Alvarion and ZTE to support its launch of services in Spain under the CLEAR brand name.

Ciscosaid it intends to acquire SaaS-based web security provider ScanSafe for $183 million. If approved, the deal will close in Q2 of Cisco's FY10.

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