FASTTAKES: Sony Ericsson, BSNL, ZTE, Ericsson, Lenovo

Telecom Asia Staff
06 Jul 2009
00:00

Sony Ericsson has restructured its European units into two divisions in a bid to strengthen relationships with carrier clients and cut costs. The revamp will be completed by the end of September, the company announced.

An Indian high court has directedBSNL to scrutinize its decision to disqualify NSN from its GSM tender process, following a court challenge from the vendor.

ZTE has been contracted to build a GSM/UMTS network for Germany\'s first mobile virtual network enabler, Vistream.

Australian communications minister Stephen Conroy has launched a consultation for National Broadband Network (NBN) legislation.

Ericsson has requestedLHS shareholders pass a squeeze-out resolution at the next meeting, after announcing it has acquired more than 95% of the billing and customer service solution provider.

Chinese PC firm Lenovo has won the contract to supply computer and networking equipment to Expo 2010 in Shanghai.

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