FASTTAKES: ZTE, Pegatron, NTC, AlcaLu, PCCW, Nokia, Smart

Staff writer
19 Aug 2010
00:00

Research firm IDC has named ZTE the number one player in the global CDMA market with a 30.3% market share, the vendor said.

Pegatron Technology says it is confident a subsidiary’s involvement in Apple’skickback scandal won’t impact its deal with the iPhone maker, Digitimes reports.

Thailand's NTC has defended its decision to curb foreign participation in the nation's telecom sector, stating that investment limits did not breach its WTO commitments.

Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Munish Seth as head of its India business, taking over from Vivek Mohan who now runs the global services group. Seth, who was previously in charge of Asia-Pacific customer solution and support, will report to Asia-Pacific president Rajeev Singh-Molares.

PCCW has deployed a 40 Gbps optical network in Hong Kong using gear from Huawei.

Indian police believe a 23 year-old farmer was killed by his Nokia 1209, after finding the shattered device next to his body, according to The Times of India.

The Philippines' Smart has launched a push email service for its mobile users built on Synchronica's Mobile Gateway middleware.

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