Press Clippings: December 2010

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Friday, December 31, 2010

China to go after internet phone services.

Source: NYT.

China is going after Internet phone services such as Skype in a move to protect the country’s state-owned telephone companies, causing alarm among consumers who rely on cheap Internet calls.
Experts say companies like Skype operate in a legal grey area and that the notice is a warning to them not to grow too big or to challenge the state-owned telecoms.

Posted by Judith — 4:14 AM

Vivo eyes Telesp integration.

Source: TeleGeography.

Vivo’s preferred shares climbed 1.7% in early trading after the company revealed plans to be integrated with its sister company Telesp. In a securities filing the Brazilian mobile operator said that merging with Telesp, a fixed line operator also owned by Telefonica, would cut costs and simplify the shareholding structure.

Posted by Judith — 2:08 AM

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Sony sues to block LG from shipping phones to U.S.

Source: Reuters.

Sony has filed a patent infringement complaint seeking to block LG Electronics from shipping smartphones such as its Rumor 2 model to the United States.
The company said LG violated U.S. trade rules by importing mobile phones and modems that infringed Sony patents.
Sony said LG also infringed patents of some of its licensees, including its Sony Ericsson joint venture, Samsung and Nokia.

Posted by Judith — 3:38 AM

Skype launches video call app for iPhone.

Source: Telecompaper.

Skype has released the new version of its iPhone application that brings video calling to mobile users over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks. The Skype for iPhone App enables iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners to make and/or receive Skype video calls.

Posted by Judith — 2:44 AM

Bharti Airtel, China Telecom launch underground fibre cable.

Source: TeleGeography.

India’s Bharti Airtel has launched an ultra-high-capacity fibre-optic underground terrestrial cable system with China Telecom to connect users in both India and China to global destinations. Bharti said this latest network will be its third international gateway for customers in India.
Bharti has also signed a pact with China Telecom to develop a communications network to connect users on both the companies’ networks across the world.

Posted by Judith — 2:33 AM

EU sets standards for common phone charger.

Source: Telecompaper.

The European standardisation bodies CEN-CENELEC and ETSI have made available the harmonised standards needed for the manufacture of data-enabled mobile phones compatible with a new common charger.
The EC expects the first common chargers and mobile phones compatible with the new standards to reach the European market in the first months of 2011.

Posted by Judith — 2:06 AM

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Japan’s cellcos told to submit network access costs.

Source: TeleGeography.

In a move aimed ultimately at lowering retail mobile service tariffs for consumers, the Japanese communications ministry has decided to issue a directive requiring the country’s mobile network operator to disclose how they calculate fees charged for network access.

Posted by Judith — 4:05 AM

NSN, Motorola takeover delayed to Q1.

Source: Telecompaper.

Nokia Siemens Networks expects to close its acquisition of Motorola’s mobile networks business in the first quarter of 2011. While the company originally expected the deal to close by year-end, it has yet to receive regulatory clearance in China. All other necessary regulatory clearances have been obtained.

Posted by Judith — 3:10 AM

AT&T to expand New York, San Francisco wi-fi service.

Source: Businessweek.

AT&T is expanding its free wireless-Internet service to more public areas in New York and San Francisco to help relieve its mobile-phone network in two of the most congested U.S. cities.
AT&T has said the prevalence of data-hungry devices such as the iPhone has led to network congestion in some cities, particularly New York and San Francisco. The company is also upgrading its mobile-phone network to improve performance.

Posted by Judith — 2:40 AM

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Alcatel-Lucent to pay US$137m. to settle bribery case.

Source: Telecompaper.

Alcatel-Lucent has agreed to pay US$92m. in fines to the US department of justice to settle charges that three of its subsidiaries paid bribes to government officials to secure contracts in Costa Rica, Honduras, Malaysia and Taiwan between 2001-2006, according to a department of justice statement. Alcatel-Lucent also reached a US$45.37m. settlement with the SEC for violations of the foreign corrupt practices act (FCPA) and agreed to comply with the SEC’s FCPA compliance programme.

Posted by Judith — 3:58 AM

Monday, December 27, 2010

Sony to spend US$1.2bn. to double image sensor output.

Source: Reuters.

Sony Corp will invest US1.2bn. in the next financial year to double its output of image sensors, taking advantage of brisk demand for digital cameras and smartphones.
The sum includes a deal announced last week to buy back a semiconductor production line from Toshiba.

Posted by Judith — 4:32 AM

Friday, December 24, 2010

FCC chairman ready to clear Comcast, NBC deal.

Source: Telecompaper.

The chairman of the FCC has signalled he’s ready to approve Comcast’s proposed takeover of NBC Universal. Julius Genachowski issued a draft order of approval for the merger on the condition that the companies promise to share TV shows with competing cable and telecom operators as well as some online platforms, such as Netflix.

Posted by Judith — 5:29 AM

NTT Docomo launches LTE mobile service.

Source: Telecompaper.

Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo has launched its LTE mobile service. At launch, the service covers the major urban centres of Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, with plans to reach 70% of the Japanese population by March 2015.

Posted by Judith — 3:55 AM

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Tele2 Germany exits DSL unbundling joint-venture with QSC.

Source: Telecompaper.

Tele2 has decided to exit its partnership with QSC in joint venture Plusnet. Tele2 Germany will pay EUR66.2m. to get an early termination of the jv agreement, which is scheduled to run through 31 December 2013 and to sell its 32.5% ownership to QSC.

Posted by Judith — 4:35 AM

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Divided FCC adopts Internet rules.

Source: Reuters.

A divided FCC has banned Internet service providers like Comcast from blocking traffic on their networks, provoking warnings the rules would be rejected in the courts and threats from Republican lawmakers to overturn them.
The 3-2 decision highlighted a huge divide between those who say the Internet should flourish without regulation and those who say the power of high-speed Internet providers to discriminate against competitors needs to be restrained.
But the FCC did allow Internet providers like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to “reasonably” manage their networks and to charge consumers based on levels of Internet usage.

Posted by Judith — 4:39 AM

Ericsson buys mobile SPIT specialist.

Source: Light Reading.

Ericsson has acquired mobile network optimization system specialist Optimi for an undisclosed sum to boost its multi-vendor network management customer base and capabilities.

Posted by Judith — 3:47 AM

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Airtel brand launched in Bangladesh, replacing Warid.

Source: TeleGeography.

Indian giant Bharti Airtel has announced the launch of its Airtel brand in Bangladesh to replace the Warid Bangladesh name that its operations in the country currently operate under.

Posted by Judith — 3:39 AM

EarthLink to buy One Communications for US$370m.

Source: Telecompaper.

US ISP EarthLink has agreed to acquire One Communications for US$370m., helping to expand its network footprint and move into managed IP services for businesses.

Posted by Judith — 1:52 AM

Monday, December 20, 2010

AT&T to buy spectrum from Qualcomm for US$1.93bn. to increase bandwidth.

Source: Businessweek.

AT&T, the second-largest U.S. mobile-phone carrier, agreed to buy wireless spectrum from Qualcomm for US$1.93bn. as customers increasingly use bandwidth-hogging services such as video downloads.
The spectrum, in the lower 700 megahertz frequency band, covers 300 million people in the U.S. Chipmaker Qualcomm had acquired the spectrum for its mobile-TV service, which it plans to shut down in March.

Posted by Judith — 12:55 PM

Australian government details NBN costing.

Source: TeleGeography.

The Australian government has said that it will cost around AU$40.9bn. (US$40.4bn.) in equity and debt to fund the National Broadband Network, with the state putting up some AU$27.5 bn.

Posted by Judith — 4:56 AM

China mobile subscriber total rises to 833.1m. in November.

Source: Reuters.

China Mobile, China’s largest mobile carrier, said its total mobile subscribers in November rose to 579.6m., including 18.8m. 3G subscribers.
China Unicom, the country’s No. 2 mobile carrier, said its total mobile subscribers increased to 165.5m. for the month, including about 12.8m. 3G subscribers.
China Telecom said its total mobile subscribers rose to 88m. in November.

Posted by Judith — 3:53 AM

Telenor opposes Vimpelcom, Weather deal.

Source: Telecompaper.

Telenor has announced its opposition to Russian operator Vimpelcom going ahead with its proposed takeover of Weather Investments and much of Orascon Telecom. Telenor holds a 36% voting and 39.6% economic interest in VimpelCom. The announcement comes a day before Vimpelcom’s board is expected to meet to approve the deal.

Posted by Judith — 3:45 AM

Saturday, December 18, 2010

U.S. proposes cellphone ban for truck drivers.

Source: Reuters.

The U.S. government has proposed prohibiting commercial truck and bus drivers from using cellphones while behind the wheel.
The Transportation Department rule would affect approximately 4 million drivers, who are already banned by the government from texting while working.

Posted by Judith — 3:19 AM

Friday, December 17, 2010

Obama administration calls for ‘Privacy Bill of Rights’.

Source: Washington Post.

The Obama administration has released recommendations to better protect consumer privacy on the Internet, creating baseline guidelines for how companies treat user data and emboldening federal agencies to enforce privacy protections.
A consumers’ “Privacy Bill of Rights” would create a privacy policy office in the Commerce Department and for the first time would establish clear guidelines for what kind of information can be collected about users and how companies can use the data.

Posted by Judith — 2:26 AM

Nokia Apple patent row escalates.

Source: BBC.

Nokia has extended its legal action against Apple by filing 13 more patent infringement claims.
Nokia’s latest legal move involved filing claims in courts in the UK, Germany and Holland.
The claims build on legal action started in October 2009 when Nokia sued Apple, alleging 10 patent infringements.
In response, Apple countersued and then extended the action accusing Nokia of infringing more of its patents.

Posted by Judith — 2:07 AM

Yahoo plans to shut AltaVista, other sites.

Source: WSJ.

Yahoo has announced that it is planning to shut down several “underperforming” and “non-core” Web properties, including the search site AltaVista, as it continues a years-long turnaround effort.
Sites that could be affected by the moves include Delicious, search site AlltheWeb, and online news aggregator Buzz.

Posted by Judith — 1:35 AM

Thursday, December 16, 2010

India’s Supreme Court extends examination of 2G licensing.

Source: TeleGeography.

Amid continued claims of alleged corruption relating to the sale of 2G spectrum, it is understood that India’s Supreme Court has now called for the Central Bureau of Investigation to examine all mobile spectrum allocation since 2001.

Posted by Judith — 3:41 AM

Reliance lands US$1.9bn. loan from China.

Source: Light Reading.

Reliance Communications Ltd. , India’s second-largest mobile operator, has secured a US$1.93bn. loan from China Development Bank Corp. and other Chinese financial institutions to help pay its 3G spectrum and network rollout fees.

Posted by Judith — 3:07 AM

H3G UK reveals unlimited data usage option.

Source: TeleGeography.

The UK’s smallest mobile network operator, Hutchison 3G UK (H3G UK), which offers services under the ‘Three’ banner, has unveiled plans to buck the national trend of offering only fixed data usage allowances, announcing that it will introduce an unlimited usage service.

Posted by Judith — 2:38 AM

MetroPCS expands LTE coverage to Boston, New York City and Sacramento.

Source: TeleGeography.

MetroPCS has announced the launch of its 4G LTE network in three more large markets - Boston, New York City and Sacramento - bringing the total number of cities covered to nine. The service is also available in Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and San Francisco.

Posted by Judith — 1:25 AM

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Atos Origin to buy Siemens IT services division.

Source: Telecompaper.

Siemens has agreed to sell its unit Siemens IT Solutions and Services to Atos Origin for EUR850m. As part of the deal, Siemens is acquiring a 15% stake in Atos Origin, which it will hold on to for at least five years.

Posted by Judith — 2:30 AM

Vivendi finally settles ownership dispute over Polish mobile network.

Source: cellular-news

France’s Vivendi has finally ended its five-year fight for control of the Polish mobile network PTC, after agreeing to accept a payment of EUR1.25bn. to settle its outstanding claims.

Posted by Judith — 1:58 AM

TalkTalk unveils fibre add-on option.

Source: TeleGeography.

British alternative fixed line and broadband provider TalkTalk is to offer its existing customers the option of boosting their downlink speeds to up to 40Mbps via BT’s FTTC network from January 2011.

Posted by Judith — 1:30 AM

Wireless licences attract usual faces.

Source: TeleGeography.

America Movil and Telefonica have formally entered bids for wireless network operator licences in Costa Rica, bringing the country closer to liberalising its mobile sector. According to telecomsregulator Sutel, both companies submitted US$3.5m. deposits to guarantee their participation.

Posted by Judith — 1:07 AM

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Sprint agrees 4G roaming deals in Jamaica and Taiwan.

Source: TeleGeography.

US cellco Sprint, which provides 4G services in 68 cities across the United States using the Clearwire network, has announced that it has signed a pair of international 4G roaming agreements with Digicel in Jamaica and Global Mobile in Taiwan.

Posted by Judith — 5:27 AM

Yahoo to lay off more than 600 staff.

Source: Reuters.

Yahoo is reported to be planning to lay off more than 600 employees as early as Tuesday.
The cuts would represent between 4 and 5% of the Internet portal’s overall staff, which totalled 14,100 at the end of September

Posted by Judith — 3:03 AM

Equipment suppliers to invest in Softbank PHS unit.

Source: Telecompaper.

Five major foreign telecommunications equipment makers are to purchase shares in a PHS affiliate of Japanese operator Softbank. The Softbank affiliate Wireless City Planning was established to take over next-generation PHS service operations that utilise the XGP (Extended Global Platform) international standard from Willcom. The five firms are Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, Huawei Technologies and ZTE.

Posted by Judith — 2:24 AM

Nokia to cut 800 jobs in Finland.

Source: Reuters.

Nokia, the world’s top cellphone maker by volume, plans to cut 800 jobs in its home Finnish market.

Posted by Judith — 1:27 AM

Monday, December 13, 2010

Telecom N.Z. in prioritized talks on broadband plan.

Source: Businessweek.

Telecom Corp. has been selected for prioritized negotiations by the New Zealand government to deliver the ultra-fast broadband services program in 25 regions, which may lead to a demerger of the company.
The regions cover the entire country apart from seven areas already assigned to rivals and an eighth zone where there’s another prioritized bidder, Crown Fibre Holdings Ltd.

Posted by Judith — 4:08 AM

Seven in race for Telekom stake.

Source: TeleGeography.

Serbia’s Ministry of Finance has announced that seven companies have applied to participate in a tender for the 51% stake in Telekom Srbija being sold by the government. The seven are Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Telekom Austria, America Movil, Weather Investments, Turkcell and Vimpelcom.

Posted by Judith — 2:47 AM

Airtel launches Imewe cable system.

Source: Telecompaper.

Indian operator Bharti airtel has launched the Imewe cable system, which will open a second gateway for Airtel’s customers to the European market from Asia via Mumbai in India.

Posted by Judith — 1:24 AM

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dutch spectrum auction set for 2012, with room for newcomers.

Source: Telecompaper.

The Dutch government wants to hold the mobile spectrum auction for 800, 900 and 1800 Mhz frequencies at the end of next year, or the beginning of 2012 at the latest. The auctions will include the existing licences held by KPN, T-Mobile Netherlands and Vodafone Netherlands, and the 60 MHz of paired spectrum from the digital dividend.

Posted by Judith — 4:10 AM

Friday, December 10, 2010

Hong Kong plans radio spectrum auction in the 850MHz, 900MHz and 2GHz bands.

Source: cellular-news.

Hong Kong’s telecoms regulator, OFTA has published plans to auction off radio spectrum in the 850 MHz, 900 MHz and 2 GHz bands next February. OFTA will auction the frequency bands using the simultaneous multiple round ascending method with an Internet-based software platform.

Posted by Judith — 3:43 AM

TeliaSonera launches LTE in Denmark’s largest cities.

Source: TeleGeography.

TeliaSonera has announced the launch of Denmark’s first commercial LTE services in the cities of Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg. The Swedish company, which operates in Denmark under the Telia brand, expects to cover 75% of the Danish population with 4G technology by end-2011.

Posted by Judith — 2:57 AM

Com Hem for sale.

Source: TeleGeography.

Swedish triple-play cableco Com Hem has been put up for sale, and is expected to fetch at least SEK13bn. (US$1.9 bn.). TeliaSonera, Telenor, TDC, Tele2 and 3 Group have been named as potential buyers.

Posted by Judith — 2:05 AM

South African Students receiving maths lessons by mobile phones.

Source: cellular-news.

A project backed by Nokia in South Africa aims to deliver maths lessons to students via mobile phones. Results from the 2010 project has shown a 14% rise in maths competency with 82% of learners using their mobile maths tuition application outside of school hours, during holidays and weekends.

Posted by Judith — 1:19 AM

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Arqiva, Alcatel-Lucent launch LTE trial for rural broadband.

Source: Telecompaper.

Communications infrastructure and media services company Arqiva and Alcatel-Lucent have begun a LTE trial for rural broadband in West Wales. The trial will seek to demonstrate the economic and technical viability of a neutral-host wireless network as a route to extending broadband Internet services to areas with no broadband coverage (notspots) and those with speeds lower than 2 Mbits/s throughout the UK, estimated at 10 percent of UK households.

Posted by Judith — 2:41 AM

Orange launches Partner Connect service hub for developers.

Source: Telelcompaper.

Orange has launched Orange Partner Connect, a new service hub dedicated to the developer community. The hub gives developers a single distribution point to get their apps to the operator’s customers in all of its markets. It is available for Android apps now, and Orange will extend it to BlackBerry and Java in the first quarter of 2011.

Posted by Judith — 1:53 AM

Phones calls used to redefine UK regions.

Source: BBC.

Social networks could provide the key to redrawing the regional map of Britain, producing areas with strong social cohesion.
That’s the idea of an international team, who have created a social map of Great Britain.
They used more than 12 billion landline calls to create a map of Britons’ connections.
This social apporach to delineating regions sees parts of Wales merged with the West Midlands.

Posted by Judith — 1:06 AM

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Visa joins mobile payments bandwagon.

Source: BWCS.

Credit card company Visa is preparing to launch mobile contactless payment services across Europe. According to the payments giant, the new service will provide a highly secure application management capability for new mobile cards stored inside mobile handsets. The service aims to capitalize on Visa issuers’ existing connections to the company’s authorisation and payment processing systems.

Posted by Judith — 3:19 AM

Google Android phones biggest network hogs.

Source: Reuters.

Users of Google’s Android phones, such as Samsung’s Galaxy S, use more data services than those with other smartphones, threatening to choke wireless network capacity.
The growing popularity of Android-operated phones — made by companies including Asian vendors HTC and Samsung — comes as handsets look set to overtake computers as the most used device for browsing the Web.

Posted by Judith — 2:56 AM

Clarity to provide infrastructure management solution for Vodafone Egypt.

Source: TeleGeography.

Vodafone Egypt, Egypt’s second largest mobile network operator by subscribers, has announced that it has signed a deal with Australian solutions providers Clarity, a subsidiary of Powerlan, for the deployment of its infrastructure management solution.

Posted by Judith — 2:17 AM

Ericsson selected for mobile broadband in rural Chile.

Source: Converge.

Ericsson is working with the government of Chile and Entel to connect people in rural locations across the country with mobile broadband and telephony service. The two-year project including deployment of voice services (2G) as well as the latest 3G/HSPA mobile broadband technology.

Posted by Judith — 1:28 AM

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Sprint eyes US$11bn. savings, to shut Nextel network.

Source: Reuters.

Sprint Nextel has promised to save up to US$11bn. in the next seven years from a big network restructuring that involves eventually getting rid of the iDen network it bought from Nextel in 2005.
The company, which offers services on three different networks, said it would spend US$5bn. on network equipment from Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson and Samsung Electronics to overhaul its network.

Posted by Judith — 4:01 AM

Aircel joins complainants over 2G spectrum usage charge increase.

Source: TeleGeography.

Indian mobile network operator Aircel has followed in the footsteps of rivals Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Essar and Idea Cellular by lodging a petition with the country’s Supreme Court over the issue of increases in the charges for 2G spectrum usage proposed by the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal.

Posted by Judith — 1:13 AM

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Verizon to launch LTE network on 5 December.

Source: Reuters.

Verizon Wireless will launch its LTE network on 5 December. Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network will be available to business users initially. The deployments in major metropolitan area include Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington DC.

Posted by Judith — 2:16 AM

Yahoo Japan: Google deal gets regulatory green light.

Source: Reuters.

Japan’s anti-monopoly watchdog has given the official go-ahead to a search-engine alliance between Yahoo Japan and Google that had been questioned by competitors.
Yahoo Japan, the nation’s top Internet portal, had said that it would adopt Google’s search engine, giving the two firms control of almost all of the domestic search market.

Posted by Judith — 2:04 AM

C&W Comms signs MoU to buy BTC.

Source: TeleGeography.

Cable & Wireless Communications has agreed to buy a 51% stake in Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) for US$210m. Under the terms of the deal the long-awaited liberalisation of the wireless sector will be delayed by at least three years, meaning that BTC will continue to enjoy exclusivity in that market until January 2014 at the earliest.

Posted by Judith — 1:20 AM

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

FCC proposes wireless use of broadcast airwaves.

Source: Reuters.

The FCC has voted unanimously to seek public comment on proposals that include the use of some broadcast television airwaves for wireless devices.
The FCC is looking to entice broadcasters to give up some of their airwaves so that consumers can better download data on smart phones.

Posted by Judith — 4:10 AM

Nortel sells Chinese subsidiary to Ericsson.

Source: cellular-news.

Nortel Networks has sold one of its Chinese joint ventures to Ericsson for around US$50m. Guangdong Nortel Telecommunication Equipment, is a Chinese joint venture between Nortel Networks, Nortel China and certain third parties.
All of the GDNT employees will be offered employment with Ericsson.

Posted by Judith — 3:38 AM

FNA slashes mobile termination rates by half.

Source: TeleGeography.

Germany’s network regulator, the Federal Network Agency, has proposed a 50% cut in mobile termination rates, in a move to bring the fees in line with EC targets.

Posted by Judith — 3:32 AM

Sagem and Ercom announce partnership to secure mobile communications.

Source: cellular-news.

Sagem Wireless and ERCOM have announced a partnership to co-develop and bring to market a new generation of secure mobile devices. The devices will be the first to offer fully integrated protection against stolen terminals, eavesdropping of voice and SMS, and data theft through attacks via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. While existing solutions only offer add-on application for mass-market devices, the devices will offer embedded mobile security for voice, data and SMS.

Posted by Judith — 2:59 AM

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