FASTTAKES: LG Display, True, Nortel, Google, ACMA, Astellia

Staff writer
10 Dec 2010
Daily News

LG Display may appeal a €215m ($279.6m) EC fine as part of a wider investigation into price fixing. But the vendor acknowledged it had violated EU competition law.

True Corp is close to a deal on a takeover of Hutchison's Thai mobile assets.

Thousands of patents once owned by Nortel are on the auction block in a private sale process, with final bids due within weeks, sources told Reuters.

Over 300,000 Android phones are activated every day, Google's Andy Rubin has tweeted.

Australia had just shy of 26m mobile users as of the end of the June financial year, while wireless broadband users surged 71% over the period, according to regulator ACMA's latest report.

QoS monitoring solution provider Astellia has launched its first LTE offering, following successful trials of the suite on data throughputs of over 100Mbps.

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