FASTTAKES: Nokia, SkyCross, GMSA, UQ, Alca-Lu

Telecom Asia Staff
02 Jul 2009
00:00

Nokia plans to produce a CDMA smartphone in an effort to gain ground in the US, where its market share stands at just 7.9%.

Antenna solution designer SkyCross has acquired antenna manufacturer Shanghai Universe Communication Electronics for an unspecified sum.

The first service to use GSMA\'s Rich Communication Suite (RCS) specifications has gone live in South Korea. Operators KT, SK Telecom and LG Telecom are all offering services based on RCS.

Service revenue from the real-time traffic information will reach $4.7 billion in 2014, nearly 18 times the revenue generated in 2008, research firm iSuppli said.

Australia\'s industry-developed mobile premium services code of conduct has taken effect. It includes measures such as compulsory double-opt in.

Japanese operator UQ Communicationslaunched Wimax services yesterday.

Alcatel-Lucent has launched a "green" DSL product that consumes up to 25% less power than other solutions.

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