Webwire: Reliance Gcom upgrades submarine networks; SingTel not selling Telkomsel stake; HTC posts record growth

Staff writer
07 Oct 2011

SingTel not selling Telkomsel stake

SingTel has said it is not selling its 35% stake in Indonesia’s Telkomsel despite earlier remarks from Telkom, which owns a 65% stake in Telkomsel, which said SingTel might do so.


Shares of Apple’s Taiwanese supply chain end mixed

While Apple Inc’s Taiwanese suppliers yesterday mourned Steve Jobs’ death, they were also digesting the latest news and its impact on the market. Share prices closed mixed yesterday after falling on Wednesday owing to disappointment over the iPhone 4S launch.

Taipei Times

HTC posts record year-on-year growth in Q3

Despite HTC’s ongoing patent war with Apple Inc, the firm’s shares rose 1.6% In Taipei prior to the earnings announcement

Taipei Times

China's electronics and IT sector continues to grow

China's electronics and information technology (IT) sector continued to expand in the first eight months of this year but companies faced growing pressure from higher costs and slower income, according to latest official data

China Daily

KT doubles wireless speed

Korea Telecom has declared that the speed of wireless transmissions over its network have doubled since the installation of its cloud communications center.

Korea Times

Reliance Globalcom upgrades submarine networks

India-based Reliance Globalcom has upgraded the capacity of its undersea cable networks to over 500GB/second on the FEA and FALCON cable systems.

Economic Times

France prepares first Web bans

French authorities are on the brink of banning the first Web users accused of illegal file sharing. Some 60 users could be booted offline for a month under the country’s controversial three strikes rule.


Sprint goes unlimited with iPhone 4S

US carrier Sprint is set to start taking pre-orders for Apple’s latest iPhone today [FRI], offering unlimited data plans.


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