FASTTAKES: vividwireless, Symbian Foundation, CICT, 2degrees, NSN, Vodafone

FASTTAKES: vividwireless, Symbian Foundation, CICT, 2degrees, NSN, Vodafone

Staff writer  |   November 30, 2010
telecomasia.net
Australia's vividwireless will conduct the first Australian TD-LTE trial, in conjunction with Huawei Australia. Vividwireless is currently a Wimax operator.
 
The Symbian Foundation will close all of its websites on December 17, but will offer developers access to its source code kits, wiki, bug database, and reference documents by special request.
 
The Philippines government is pressing regulator CICT to be more proactive in enforcement activities, in a bid to improve the nation's broadband services.
 
New Zealand mobile operator 2degrees has opened two new retail stores in Auckland, and aims to have over 30 stores open by this time next year.
 
The world's 3G and 4G data networks now cover more than 2 billion people, but only 12% of Asia's population has access to 3G services compared to 82% of Western Europe, ABI Research said.
 
Nokia Siemens Networks says Slovenian cellco Tušmobil will be the first in the world to migrate its network to full IP using IPv6 and Direct Tunnel technologies. The vendor is upgrading the 900MHz network to HSPA+.
 
Vodafone claims a new €2 ($2.61) daily data roaming tariff for European subscribers is 60% cheaper than previous plans. The rate, for casual roamers, will be rolled out over the next month.
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