FASTTAKES: Telstra, HP, China Unicom, Motorola, China Mobile, Nextgen Networks

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08 Sep 2010
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Indian operators look set to spend around $3b in telecom equipment during the first wave of 3G rollouts in the nation.

Australia's NBN has won a reprieve, and Telstra's separation appears inevitable, after the incumbent Labor Party was returned to government with the support of independent MPs.

HP is suing to block former CEO Mark Hurd from joining Oracle as co-president and director, alleging a breach of his exit agreement and concerns over trade secrets.

China Unicom is expected to begin selling the iPhone 4 from September 16 following approval of the device by the MIIT.

Motorolaexpects to be able to sustain a 16%-17% operating profit margin from its enterprise unit, a level that is “broadly speaking... sustainable going into 2011,” according to co-CEO Greg Brown.

After appointing a new CEO last month, China Mobile will reshuffle senior officials, sina.com reports. The company’s Communist Party committee last week approved the appointment of at least five new provincial heads and four headquarters department chiefs.

An alleged leaked draft of the latest version of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) treaty has removed the provisions placing the onus for policing piracy on ISPs.

Australia's Nextgen Networks has demonstrated the delivery of broadband traffic at 100G over its backbone network, in conjunction with Alcatel-Lucent.

Singapore's NGNBN OpCo, OpenNet, and NTT West will partner to run FTTH network training courses for OpenNet's installation contractors.

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