FASTTAKES: NTT DoCoMo, Viettel, Bharti Airtel, NTT Com, Avaya

Staff writer
10 Feb 2010

The Allahabad High Court has ruled that the local authority in Noida, India, must switch back on the 100 towers it deemed illegal and shut down at the end of last month, reported the Economic Times.

Dozens of police communications staff members took part in a protest at Hong Kong Police headquarters Tuesday over the outsourcing of maintenance to external providers, scmp.comreported.They say that the employment of unvetted staff will increase the possibility of sensitive data being leaked.

Japan’s Communications Ministry and the Fair Trade Commission will probe the network lease rates NTT DoCoMo charges its MVNOs, said the Nikkei.

Viettel plans to switch on Vietnam’s third 3G service next month, according to the Saigon Times Daily. MobiFone and Vinaphone have already launched services.

Bharti Airtel has unveiled its mobile app store Airtel App Central, while the Business Standardreports that Reliance Communications plans to launch its apps store by end-February.

NTT Communications has raised the bandwidth of its IP backbone to the US to 300 Gbps.

Avaya has deployed a converged voice, video and data network for client Bell Canada for the forthcoming Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.

Embedded mobile and M2M device revenues are tipped to rise to almost $19 billion globally by 2014, forecasts Juniper Research.

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