FASTTAKES: ZTE, NSN, RIM, M1, Chongqing, Acision, Tata

Staff writer
11 Dec 2009
00:00

ZTE has achieved record-breaking downlink speeds of 130 Mbps during a demonstration of its TD-LTE technology. This speed is the theoretical limit of TD-LTE downlink throughput.

Five months after the Xinjiang riots, most citizens in the northwestern Chinese province still have no internet access, scmp.com reports.

NSN has conducted the world's first voice over LTE call using commercial user and network equipment which has been standardized by the 3GPP.

RIM has launched the BlackBerry Bold 9700 in Singapore.

Chongqing Cable TV Network has launched China's first HD DVR and push VOD service. The technology has been supplied by NDS, while the video service will be supplied by China's DOXTV.

Singapore's M1 has deployed Acision's multimedia messaging service center, designed to process high volumes of MMS traffic.

Tata Communications has appointed David Wirt to the new post of global head of managed services.

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