ZTE Corp identifies revenue potential in offering computing services to carriers (China)

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According to reports, Shi Lirong, President, ZTE Corp, has said that there is big potential in offering customer services to mobile-phone companies. He said that the company has tie-ups with telecom operators China Mobile Ltd and China Unicom Ltd for a virtual office, with as many as 8 million users for its unified communication systems. As per sources, Shi added …

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USA expected to become ZTE Corp’s biggest market by 2015 (China, USA)

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Chinese mobile-phone equipment maker, ZTE Corp., has reportedly said that the U.S. market will overtake domestic sales, to become its biggest market for handsets and tablet computers by 2015 on account of the increasing demand for cheaper devices. According to reports, ZTE Executive Vice President, He Shiyou said that as at September 2011, China accounted for 35 percent of ZTE’s …

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China Unicom shows ‘Wophone’ mobile operating system

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The parent company of China Unicom Ltd. has announced a new mobile phone brand that will use the company’s own operating system, placing it in competition with Apple Inc.’s iPhone and devices using Google Inc.’s Android operating system. The launch of China United Network Communications Group Co.’s “Wophone” brand comes after rival network operator China Mobile Ltd. in 2009 revealed …

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NSN appoints Marco Schroter as new CFO

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Nokia Siemens Networks has named Marco Schroter as its new financial chief, succeeding Luca Maestri, who will join Xerox Corp. The appointment will be effective from March 14. Schroter, a 47-year-old German, was previously chief financial officer at logistics company Schenker AG and at German semiconductor maker Infineon Technologies AG. Nokia Siemens Networks, a joint venture between German conglomerate Siemens …

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Apple and Google to bid for Nortel LTE patents

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Apple and Google are reported to be bidding for Nortel’s LTE patents. According to reports, Nortel expects to select an initial bidder (from at least five interested parties) within three weeks. The deal is expected to be worth around US$1 billion. Apple and Google are also in the mix of buyers, as are Huawei Technologies Co. and┬áZTE┬áCorp., two Chinese telecom-equipment …

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