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NTT DoCoMo partners with Gemalto
12 Apr 2011

Japan’s largest mobile group NTT DoCoMo has partnered with digital security company Gemalto to develop its LTE technology solution Xi.

Pacnet and Bharti airtel join forces for India-US cable
11 Apr 2011

India’s Bharti airtel and Hong Kong telco Pacnet have agreed to combine their networks to create a new high-speed cable system which will form a direct link between the Los Angeles, US and Chennai, India.

Series of MOUs between China Mobile and SK Telecom
11 Apr 2011

Recent days have seen China Mobile and SK Telecom of Korea sign a series of memorandums of understanding (MOU) designed to increase co-operation and build on the strengths of both parties to develop their respective businesses.

Televisa invests $1.6 billion in Iusacell
08 Apr 2011

Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa has invested $1.6 billion in telecoms group Iusacell in a deal that is expected to provide the biggest challenge yet to Carlos Slim’s dominant position in Mexican telecoms.

Dhiraagu partners with NEC for submarine cable
08 Apr 2011

Maldives largest telecoms operator Dhiraagu has signed a contract with vendor NEC Corporation worth $21.7 million to build out its domestic submarine cable connecting eight islands in the region.

FCC rules for open networks in USA
08 Apr 2011

The Federal Communications Commission ruled on Thursday that USA’s two largest telcos, AT&T and Verizon Wireless must open their networks to allow smaller players to offer nationwide mobile data and internet services.

Tinet launches an ‘EtherCloud’
05 Apr 2011

Tinet, a Neutral Tandem company, has launched its own ‘EtherCloud’ service, designed to provide end-to-end international Ethernet and VPLS connectivity.

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