THE WRAP: Huawei dances in US; Bharti capacity push

Michael Carroll
Nokia Siemens Networks’ acquisition of Motorola’s wireless infrastructure business hit the skids, after a court backed Huawei’s assertion that confidential information held by Motorola under prior agreements are trade secrets.
China Telecom agreed to share network access, products, technology and other resources with Taiwanese carrier Chungwha Telecom.
Leading carriers from Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin America committed to launching NFC services in some markets by 2012, after the GSM Association pledged to develop certification and testing procedures for the technology.
France Telecom declared it is on track to generate organic cash flow of €8 billion ($11 billion) in 2011, after growing profits nearly €2 billion in 2010, and confirmed chief Stephane Richard as its next Chairman.
Lufthansa passengers typically download 2.35 GB of data on aircraft equipped with a Deutsche-Telekom Wi-Fi connection.
And security firm Kaspersky said shopping and gaming websites are now at greater risk of cyber attack, with malware concealed on one in 3,000 websites.