FASTTAKES: SEA-ME-WE 4, Indosat, NEC, Intel, Vodafone NZ

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02 Feb 2011
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The SEA-ME-WE 4 consortium picked Alcatel-Lucent and Ciena to upgrade the subsea cable to 40Gbps/100Gbps.

Indonesia's Indosat has revealed that NSN will support its recently-launched Application Incubator Program, which aims to encourage developers to build differentiated mobile apps.

Japan's NEC has teamed up with Aricent to deploy 3G femtocells in India. The vendor says the move strengthens its position in the massive market.

Intel has revealed that a design flaw in new batches of its Core i5 and Core i7 chips could cost the company $1 billion in recall expenses.

Vodafone NZsaid Egypt's internet blackout is disrupting the operation of one of its customer service contact centers.

Australia's Telstra International has announced it has won a contract to provide managed network services to independent media production company Endemol UK.

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