Press Clippings: February 2009

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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Fibre broadband to reach 20% market share in UK by 2013.

Source: Telecompaper.

There could be over four million British homes and businesses on high-speed fibre broadband within five years, according to new forecasts. Research suggest that optical fibre will be in use for about 20% of the 22m. broadband lines expected in the UK by late 2013. The cable TV network is expected to stand up well against this challenge, holding onto 23% of the broadband market, because it is already going some way towards providing much higher speeds. But the proportion using basic DSL, the telephone line technology which is the mainstay of today’s broadband, will have dropped from over 78% today to only 57%.

Posted by Judith — 4:07 AM

Friday, February 27, 2009

Ikea launches telephony, internet services in Spain.

Source: Telecompaper.

Swedish group Ikea will launch fixed, mobile telephony and internet services on the Spanish market in the coming weeks. The services will be launched in partnership with Telefonica, British Telecom and Vodafone. Ikea will launch an MVNO service, under the Ventaja Movil (Mobile Advantage) brand name.

Posted by Judith — 3:40 AM

Verizon Business receives security clearance from Government of India to operate International Gateways.

Source: Verizon.

Verizon Business has received approval from the government of India’s Department of Telecommunications to operate the company’s two international gateways in Mumbai and Chennai, under its international long-distance license. The approval allows Verizon Business to offer its suite of private line services to multinational customers and to activate the company’s wholly owned submarine cable capacity to India, providing direct connections to Verizon’s global network.

Posted by Judith — 2:34 AM

CAT and ZTE build national fibre backbone.

Source: TeleGeography.

ZTE Corporation of China is partnering Thai state-run telco CAT Telecom to build a fibre-optic backbone network across Thailand. Under a new contract, ZTE will provide CAT with a Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing backbone transmission platform supporting a planned rollout of around 10,000km of DWDM fibre-optic cable.

Posted by Judith — 1:30 AM

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Nokia Siemens Networks wins EUR880m. contracts in China.

Source: Converge.

China Mobile and China Unicom have signed framework agreements with Nokia Siemens Networks valued at 7.6bn. RMB (EUR 880m.). Specifically, the carriers agreed to purchase 2G and 3G mobile equipments and services from Nokia Siemens Networks during 2009. Under the framework agreements Nokia Siemens Networks will roll out WCDMA networks for China Unicom in 11 provinces across China. In addition, it will provide China Mobile with TD-SCDMA and GSM networks.

Posted by Judith — 4:08 AM

U.S. top court rules for AT&T unit in antitrust case.

Source: Reuters.

The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled for an AT&T subsidiary in an antitrust lawsuit accusing it of anti-competitive practices over high-speed Internet access.
The justices unanimously rejected a claim that AT&T’s Pacific Bell Telephone subsidiary had engaged in a “price squeeze” aimed at driving out competition in the market for digital subscriber line, or DSL, service.

Posted by Judith — 3:15 AM

Nortel to cut another 3,200 jobs.

Source: NYT.

The telecommunications equipment maker Nortel Networks has announced that it will cut its work force by 3,200 jobs worldwide.
The company said the new round of job cuts would be made over the next several months. The reduction is on top of 1,800 job cuts already announced.

Posted by Judith — 3:01 AM

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Google joins inquiry into Microsoft as browser wars hot up.

Source: TimesOnline.

Google is seeking to play a part in the European Commission’s investigation into Microsoft for anti-competitive behaviour, a move that represents a significant escalation in “browser wars” and the battle over how users view the internet.
Regulators have been investigating Microsoft for more than a year, following a complaint by the makers of the Norwegian web browser Opera, which claimed that Microsoft’s practice of bundling Internet Explorer in with Windows put competitors at an unfair disadvantage.

Posted by Judith — 5:32 AM

BT kicks off managed UCC in the USA.


BT is launching a service designed to help US and Canadian enterprises determine how unified communications and collaboration (UCC) can help them save money and be more productive. The new service is being launched first in North America and then in the UK and is intended to kick start sales of managed UCC service.

Posted by Judith — 3:39 AM

Deutsche Telekom plans to merge German fixed/mobile units.

Source: Telecompaper.

Deutsche Telekomis reported to be planning to bundle its German fixed network operations with T-Mobile Germany. The restructuring would mean that the CEO of the German operations will be responsible for around half of the current EUR 60bn. in revenues.

Posted by Judith — 2:44 AM

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Visto buys Good Technology from Motorola.

Source: Google News.

Motorola has agreed to sell its Good Technology to the mobile email provider Visto, which is looking to expand its services on the market.
Good Technology was purchased by Motorola in 2007 for more than US$400m. The technology specializes in offering wireless messaging, mobile VPN data access, device management and handheld security for enterprise customers.

Posted by Judith — 5:53 AM

DoCoMo says hallo to Tata .

Source: BWCS.

The Indian government has finally given its approval to Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo’s proposed purchase of a stake in local telco Tata Teleservices.
DoCoMo will acquire a 27.31% holding in Tata Teleservices for a cost of 129.3bn. rupees (US$2.6bn.). At the same time it will purchase a 20.25% holding in Tata Teleservices’ subsidiary Maharashtra Ltd for 9.45bn. rupees (US$189m.).

Posted by Judith — 4:27 AM

Cisco, Accenture partner on Data Center Solutions.

Source: eWeek.

Cisco Systems and Accenture are teaming up to create a new group designed to help larger enterprises improve their data center operations and business processes through the use of such technologies as virtualization, collaboration and unified communications.

Posted by Judith — 4:11 AM

AT&T to invest US$1bn. in network, services.

Source: Telecompaper.

AT&T plans to invest around US$1bn. in 2009 to continue building out its global network, and driving new services and network-based applications to businesses. The investment is focused on the network infrastructure, services and support for companies requiring anytime, anywhere access to systems, suppliers, customers and employees.

Posted by Judith — 3:09 AM

Monday, February 23, 2009

Yahoo! Japan buys Softbank IDC Solutions.

Source: Telecompaper.

Japanese operator Softbank has agreed to sell its data centre unit Softbank IDC Solutions to Yahoo! Japan for JPY 45 billion. Yahoo! Japan wants to acquire its own data centres to facilitate expansion in new businesses such as cloud computing and SaaS.

Posted by Judith — 1:13 AM

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Bill proposes ISPs, Wi-Fi keep logs for police.


Republican politicians have called for a sweeping new federal law that would require all Internet providers and operators of millions of Wi-Fi access points, even hotels, local coffee shops, and home users, to keep records about users for two years to aid police investigations.

Posted by Judith — 5:09 AM

Friday, February 20, 2009

Ofcom details 900MHz spectrum release proposals.

Source: TeleGeography.

Following a meeting with the five British mobile network operators, regulator Ofcom has revealed proposals that could see Vodafone and O2 give up approximately 15% of their respective 2G spectrum allocations.

Posted by Judith — 9:45 AM

CenturyTel eyes 2010 LTE rollout.

Source: CenturyTel.

CenturyTel described plans to roll out LTE technology in 2010 as a means to provide not only broadband access in rural areas but high-speed data mobility elsewhere.

Posted by Judith — 3:55 AM

Vodafone NZ 3G network rollout sooner than expected.

Source: TeleGeography.

Vodafone New Zealand has moved the date of its planned network extension forward. The company says it will now deliver 3G services to 97% of New Zealand locations by the end of May this year instead of March 2010 as previously announced.

Posted by Judith — 1:51 AM

Tata increases shareholding in Neotel.

Source: TeleGeography.

Neotel has announced Tata Communications has acquired the 30% stake previously held by Eskom and Transnet that it agreed to purchase in January for an undisclosed sum. Tata Communications, in association with Tata Africa Holdings, is now the controlling shareholder in Neotel with a 56% combined direct and indirect stake.

Posted by Judith — 1:28 AM

Government to ensure all households have broadband access by end-2010.

Source: TeleGeography.

The German federal government has published plans to ensure all German households have broadband access by the end of 2010. Phase one of the government’s broadband strategy involves the encouragement of operators to deploy wireless and mobile broadband services in rural areas currently without broadband coverage via DSL or cable.

Posted by Judith — 1:25 AM

Tele2 NL signs MVNO agreement with T-Mobile.

Source: Telecompaper.

Tele2 Netherlands has signed a MVNO agreement with T-Mobile Netherlands to use its network for mobile services. The new agreement will give Tele2 Netherlands access to T-Mobile’s 2G and 3G networks and the opportunity to further develop its mobile services as a MVNO. Tele2 currently uses the KPN mobile network for its services.

Posted by Judith — 1:02 AM

Thursday, February 19, 2009

New HP telecom unit puts money where ambition is.


HP has announced that it has created a new business unit - dubbed HP Communications and Media Solutions (CMS) - that pulls together all of its telecom and media solutions under a single banner.

Posted by Judith — 1:47 AM

Google chooses Vodafone for G2.

Source: BWCS.

Vodafone has secured the European rights to sell the next generation Google mobile phone, the so-called G2. The company will be allowed to sell the new handset in France, German, Spain and the UK, for a limited period.
The news comes as a blow to T-Mobile which was granted exclusivity on the selling of the original G1 phone and was known to be in the running for the rights to sell the G2.

Posted by Judith — 1:23 AM

Cricket hops into Chicago.

Source: TeleGeography.

US cellular operator Leap Wireless has launched its Cricket service in Chicago, bringing its total population coverage to 77.5m. people.

Posted by Judith — 1:05 AM

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Vodafone-Vodacom merger approved.

Source: TeleGeography.

The proposed merger between the UK mobile group Vodafone and its 50%-owned South African subsidiary Vodacom has been approved. Under the terms of the transaction Vodafone will acquire an additional 15% stake in Vodacom from its partner in the venture, Telkom South Africa. Vodacom shares will then be listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Telkom will dispose of its remaining 35% interest among its own shareholders.

Posted by Judith — 2:31 AM

Alcatel, Ericsson seen as Verizon upgrade vendors.

Source: Reuters.

Alcatel-Lucent is seen as a key supplier of network equipment for a big upgrade at Verizon Wireless, along with other top contenders such as Ericsson, Nokia Siemens and Huawei,

Posted by Judith — 1:10 AM

Universal phone charger wins industry backing.

Source: TimesOnline.

The days of stuffing unwanted mobile phone chargers into a drawer are numbered — the mobile phone industry has agreed to provide universal chargers designed to work on any handset.
Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and LG have all agreed to provide universal chargers, which use 50% less energy than current models.

Posted by Judith — 1:08 AM

BT to provide telepresence services to SWIFT.

Source: BTplc.

BT has announced a three-year managed services contract with SWIFT, the financial messaging provider for more than 8,600 institutions. Under the terms of the agreement, BT will provide its Unified Communications Video solution which connects strategic offices spread across Europe, the US and Asia.

Posted by Judith — 1:06 AM

No Indian 3G in this fiscal year.

Source: BWCS.

India is facing yet more delays to its planned sale of 3G licences. The latest reports coming from Delhi say that the sale of the five licences will not go ahead before April and is likely to be pushed back even further.

Posted by Judith — 1:03 AM

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

US Government approves plan for broadband subsidies.

Source: TeleGeography.

The US House of Representatives and Senate have approved President Barack Obama’s US$787bn. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, under which the US telecoms market will receive US$7.2 bn. in subsidies to help extend broadband internet services to underserved areas.

Posted by Judith — 3:59 AM

Charter prepares for bankruptcy filing.

Source: TeleGeography.

The fourth largest US cable company, Charter Communications, has announced that it is to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on or before 1 April 2009. The firm has restructured its debt obligations, reducing debt by almost US$8bn.

Posted by Judith — 3:56 AM

Nokia and Qualcomm in cooperation pact.

Source: Reuters.

Top global mobile phone maker Nokia said on Tuesday it would work with Qualcomm Inc to develop mobile phones.
Nokia said the phones would use Qualcomm chipsets and S60 software, the most widely-used smartphone software.

Posted by Judith — 3:25 AM

Ofcom regulations set to encourage BT’s high speed broadband investment.

Source: TeleGeography.

The likelihood of UK incumbent BT moving forward with plans to roll out a GBP1.5bn.(US$2.15bn.) high speed broadband network have greatly increased following comments by the country’s telecoms regulator Ofcom stating it would not prevent the operator from securing an adequate return on any investment it makes.

Posted by Judith — 3:04 AM

Vodafone renews 900MHz licence.

Source: TeleGeography.

Vodafone New Zealand has renewed its 900MHz licence until 2031 and has also completed spectrum swaps which open up frequencies for new market entrant NZ Communications.

Posted by Judith — 2:48 AM

Monday, February 16, 2009

Orange, HP sign mobile internet computer distribution deal.

Source: Telecompaper.

Orange has signed a three-year pan-European agreement with HP to co-distribute and market a range of HP consumer notebooks and mini laptops with mobile and/or fixed broadband access. Offers will be rolled out in the UK, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria, followed by other European countries where Orange is present.

Posted by Judith — 3:55 AM

Mobile tech conference kicks off.

Source: BBC.

Software and services will be the focus of the year’s biggest conference dedicated to mobile technology.
The Mobile World Congress convenes in Barcelona with the industry undergoing negative growth.

Posted by Judith — 3:44 AM

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Google to challenge Apple with cellphone app store.

Source: GlobeandMail.

Google Inc. will allow developers to sell applications for its Android cellphone operating system beginning next week in the United States, as the search giant strives to expand in a smart phone arena dominated by Apple Inc.
Google’s announcement marked an important step in the search giant’s quest to catch up with Apple in the fast-growing market for smart phones.

Posted by Judith — 9:56 AM

Friday, February 13, 2009

Tata Comm to invest USD 430 million in Asia Pacific

Source: Telecompaper

Indian communications services provider Tata Communications has unveiled its USD 430 million strategic investment plan for the Asia Pacific region. The investments include developing the Tata Communications Exchange, a new internet data centre and the completion of the main segment of its TGN-Intra Asia Cable System.

Posted by Judith — 5:32 AM

Microsoft bounty for worm creator

Source: BBC News

A reward of USD250,000 has been offered by Microsoft to find who is behind the Downadup/Conficker virus. Since it started circulating in October 2008 the Conficker worm has managed to infect millions of computers worldwide. The software giant is offering the cash reward because it views the Conficker worm as a criminal attack.

Posted by Judith — 4:53 AM

Thursday, February 12, 2009

FTTH Europe: Slow Growth Forecast.

Source: Light Reading

The number of European homes with FTTH connections is set to grow from nearly 2.4 million at the end of 2008 to 20.5 million by the end of 2013, according to a forecast by Heavy Reading that was unveiled here today.
But even that level of growth isn’t enough to put Europe on a par with North America or the advanced Asia/Pacific markets, says Heavy Reading chief analyst Graham Finnie, who based his projection on a study of 41 markets in Western, Central, and Eastern Europe.

Posted by Judith — 1:14 AM

Cuba launches own Linux variant to counter U.S.

Source: Reuters

Cuba launched its own variant of the Linux computer operating system this week in the latest front of the communist island’s battle against what it views as U.S. hegemony.
The Cuban variant, called Nova, was introduced at a Havana computer conference on “technological sovereignty” and is central to the Cuban government’s desire to replace the Microsoft software running most of the island’s computers.
The government views the use of Microsoft systems, developed by U.S.-based Microsoft Corp, as a potential threat because it says U.S. security agencies have access to Microsoft codes.

Posted by Judith — 1:01 AM

Obama orders ‘root and branch’ cybersecurity review.

Source: The Register

President Obama has ordered a wide-ranging review of the US’s cybersecurity defences.
The 60-day exercise promises a root and branch review of the state of US cyber security efforts that is likely to result in major revisions of how the US responds to threats from hackers, malware and foreign intelligence agencies. Obama, who placed some emphasis on the importance of protecting key infrastructure system from electronic attack while campaigning, has taken this resolve into government.
The Bush administration cybersecurity efforts were criticised by a number of independent reports, pushing the importance of cybersecurity higher up both the political agenda and President Obama’s to-do list.

Posted by Judith — 1:00 AM

Alltel continues with services until buyer found.

Source: Telegeography.

US cellular operator Alltel has confirmed that it is continuing to provide services to the 2.2 million customers in 22 states which Verizon Wireless has agreed to divest under the terms of its US$28.1 bn acquisition of Alltel. Alltel says these subscribers will have no change to their services while a buyer for the networks is sought.

Posted by Judith — 12:28 AM

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Verizon Loses Phone Win-Back Challenge.

Source: Light Reading

In a victory for cable, an appeals court has denied the latest attempt by Verizon Communications Inc. to overturn an Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order that prevents the telco from engaging in some controversial phone service retention tactics.
Verizon filed its petition with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, seeking to stay an FCC decision finding that the telco was using illegal methods to keep phone subs who were trying to switch to a competing cable service provider.

Posted by Judith — 1:17 AM

Norwegians invited to bid for Ukrtelecom.

Source: Telegeography

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko yesterday held a meeting with the speaker of Norway’s parliament, Thorbjorn Jagland, in which she proposed that Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor bid in a planned tender for national state-run telco Ukrtelecom.

Posted by Judith — 1:12 AM

Saturday, February 7, 2009

RIM trumps VeriSign in Certicom takeover play.

Source: TelecomWeb.

RIM has topped - at least for now - VeriSign in what’s become a bidding battle to buy security provider Certicom.
RIM has doubled the hostile offer it made late last year for Certicom, the company that provides security for BlackBerry users to US$106.5m. That’s topped the US$73m. VeriSign offered, and Certicom accepted, last month.

Posted by Judith — 2:37 AM

Friday, February 6, 2009

Google, Microsoft, Motorola, others launch the white spaces database group.

Source: Converge.

Seven leading technology companies are collaborating to facilitate the timely creation and operation of a white spaces database to govern use of the vacant television broadband spectrum, commonly known as TV white spaces. The Group intends to establish data formats and protocols that are open and non-proprietary and will advocate that database administration be open and non-exclusive.
Founding members of the White Spaces Database Group include Comsearch, Dell, Google, HP, Microsoft, Motorola, and NeuStar.

Posted by Judith — 3:48 AM

VeriSign sells mobile messaging unit.

Source: InformationWeek.

VeriSign continues to streamline its operations and has sold its European mobile messaging business to Sinon Invest Holding for an undisclosed amount.
The messaging business employs about 100 people, and it has been rebranding into Mobile Messaging Solutions, or MMS. The company said it will continue to work on mobile commerce, SMS, and mobile content products.

Posted by Judith — 3:15 AM

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Appeal court upholds ban on Apple’s iPhone deal with Orange.

Source: TeleGeography.

The French courts have ruled that Orange France must relinquish its exclusive rights to sell the Apple iPhone in France, upholding an earlier ruling by the country’s anti-competition authorities.
The Competition Council’s ruling followed a complaint filed by Bouygues Telecom which argued the exclusivity deal breached local competition laws.

Posted by Judith — 4:55 AM

MTNL set for India’s first commercial 3G launch.

Source: TeleGeography.

Despite ongoing delays in the auction process for 3G spectrum in India, MTNL looks set to become the first operator to launch UMTS services commercially. The state-owned telco has announced that it will launch its next generation services, offered under the Jadoo brand, on 5 February in central Delhi. US-based Motorola has been contracted to roll out the new core network.

Posted by Judith — 4:42 AM

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

AT&T seeks Verizon wireless assets.

Source: WSJ.

In the bidding for the roughly US$3bn. in wireless assets Verizon Wireless must divest as part of its purchase of Alltel, one strong but controversial contender is emerging: AT&T.
The Dallas-based telecommunications giant, Verizon’s chief rival, is among the bidders, along with a joint bid from private-equity firms Carlyle Group and Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts & Co. and a separate bid from Providence Equity Partners.

Posted by Judith — 4:50 AM

BT South Africa wins full licence.

Source: TeleGeography.

The local subsidiary of the UK’s BT Group has been awarded a full telecommunications licence in South Africa, allowing it to expand its existing range of business network services in the country. Prior to the award BT South Africa had been operating under a Value Added Network Services licence.

Posted by Judith — 4:15 AM

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

New .tel domain names set to create the world’s virtual phone book.

Source: TimesOnline.

Millions of new internet addresses are put up for sale today, giving the public the chance to insert their entry into the world’s largest phone book.
The new “.tel” domain names will be available this afternoon. Unlike other website addresses, however, they are not meant to act as catchy names for websites but rather to become people’s individual entries in a universal virtual directory.

Posted by Judith — 6:18 AM

AT&T and DirecTV launch quad-play bundle.

Source: TeleGeography.

AT&T has launched a new quad-play bundle under a partnership with satellite TV operator DirecTV. The new service is available across AT&T’s 22-state operating area and replaces the previous quad-play offering from AT&T which was provided under a partnership with DirecTV’s competitor Dish Network.

Posted by Judith — 5:07 AM

Major telcos form coalition in India.

Source: FierceTelecom.

With the U.S. economy in a tailspin and many European nations suffering as well, several major telcos have announced the formation of a coalition to represent their interests in India. AT&T, British Telecom, Cable & Wireless, Orange Business Services and Verizon Business are the charter members of the ACTO, the Association of Competitive Telecom Operators, which will lobby the Indian government to enhance enterprise communications in the rapidly growing and industrializing nation.

Posted by Judith — 4:39 AM

Telefonica expands Chinese interest.

Source: BWCS.

Telefonica has reportedly signed a new agreement to invest further in China. The company acquired a minority stake in China Netcom back in 2005, now, following Netcom’s merger with China Unicom, Telefonica has signed an agreement with the latter to develop mobile and especially 3G services.
The agreement between the two companies is said to include several areas of collaboration including the joint development of new wireless services, working together on international business and, perhaps most importantly, joint procurement of network equipment, devices and handsets.

Posted by Judith — 3:33 AM

Ericsson and STMicroelectronics complete joint-venture deal.

Source: cellular-news.

STMicroelectronics and Ericsson have announced the closing of their agreement merging Ericsson Mobile Platforms and ST-NXP Wireless into a 50/50 joint venture. The deal was completed on the terms originally announced last August.
The JV begins as a major supplier to four of the industry’s top five handset manufacturers, who together represent about 80 percent of global handset shipments.

Posted by Judith — 3:23 AM

Monday, February 2, 2009

Motorola opens LTE trial network, test lab in the UK.

Source: TeleGeography.

US-based hardware vendor Motorola has announced that it has launched a trial LTE network and testing lab in Swindon, UK. The expansion of Motorola’s LTE trial facilities will reportedly offer operators the ability to engage in LTE technology field trials and detailed real-world equipment testing at the UK site.

Posted by Judith — 4:08 AM

Comcast opens free Wi-Fi trial.

Source: TeleGeography.

The largest US cable operator by subscribers, Comcast, has launched a trial of Wi-Fi wireless internet services at around rail stations across New Jersey. The trial follows a similar Wi-Fi rollout by another US cableco, Cablevision, which offers free wireless internet access to its subscribers in New York City.

Posted by Judith — 3:51 AM

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