FASTTAKES: Telkom, NTT Com, China Mobile, SKT, Tulip, Clearwire

Staff writer
19 Jan 2011
00:00

Indonesia's PT Telkom is re-evaluating a $1 billion deal to sell its CDMA fixed wireless division to Bakrie Telecom, as it now wants to retain a majority stake in the unit.

Japan's NTT Com will establish a POP in Perth – its third in Australia - for its Arcstar Global IP-VPN service. The operator yesterday started taking applications for access.

China Mobile plans to increase its number of Wi-Fi hotspots to prevent churn by customers dissatisfied by the relative performance of its 3G data network.

SK Telecom has revealed it will launch the Samsung Nexus S next month, belying reports that Korean operators were reluctant to carry the Android device due to a lack of customization and differentiation options.

India's Tulip Telecom will sell a 30% stake in its data center business for 3 billion rupees ($66.1m).

Sony Ericsson is suingClearwire, alleging the US Wimax operator is attempting to gain an unfair competitive advantage by using a logo that is too similar to the vendor's.

Related content

Comments
No Comments Yet! Be the first to share what you think!
This website uses cookies
This provides customers with a personalized experience and increases the efficiency of visiting the site, allowing us to provide the most efficient service. By using the website and accepting the terms of the policy, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms of this policy.