FASTTAKES: NTC, Telenor, Cisco, HP, Samsung, Thales

Staff writer
07 Sep 2010
00:00

Thailand's NTC will on Friday start fining operators which have failed to offer mobile number portability 166,667 baht ($5,350) per day. The daily fine will increase every month until all operators comply.

Telenorwon't quit its Uninor joint venture in India, despite reports that several investors are seeking an to protect it from further losses at the division.

Cisco has been contracted to deploy its wireless and wireline networking technology in 1,000 schools in Australia’s Victoria state, as part of a A$120m ($110m) government investment in education infrastructure.

Former HP boss Mark Hurd has interviewed for a position with rival Oracle, less than a month after quitting HP over an expenses and sexual harassment scandal. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison criticized HP’s board for allowing Hurd to resign, WSJ.com reports.

Samsung Electronics and Thales will jointly develop mobile infrastructure solutions that combine private mobile radio technology with 4G for police and public safety organizations.

Samsung has showcased the world’s first LTE-HSPA+ dual mode netbook, the N350.

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