The partnership will offer Huawei access to IT and outsourcing services while Atos can further enhance its portfolio with state of the art technology
Architect designers Claesson Koivisto Rune have designed a mobile phone for Huawei.
Poste Mobile lists two “new” Android smartphone’s online; the ZTE Racer (aka PM1107) and the Garmin-Asus A50 (A50 or Garmin Nuvifone)
London’s underground system could have mobile connectivity in place for the 2012 Olympics.
KPN Mobile International is a fully integrated business unit of KPN Group, one of Europe’s leading telecommunications service providers. KPN Group has five subsidiaries and dozens of MVNOs across the European continent including The Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany and Belgium.
Nokia Siemens Networks supports service with cloud-based, easy to configure platform
French operators plan to launch before this summer a wave of multi-Sim packages go beyond the new quad-play trend to single billing for all connected mobile terminals, Les Echos reports.
It’s been a tough year so far for the mobile infrastructure market, mainly due to the absence of spending in China and India. Last year, China spent like mad on its massive 3G rollout.
Fierce Wireless Major infrastructure vendors have been watching Huawei over their shoulders for a few years now, and now they are beginning to see its backside as the Chinese vendor steals some big European contracts historically reserved for the likes of Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU), Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) and Nokia Siemens Networks. But will Huawei ever crack the U.S. market in a big way beyond Leap, Clearwire and Cox Communications?
U.S. regulators are wringing their hands over what to do with Huawei as it swoops in to make acquisitions in the U.S. and offer operators the same aggressive pricing and SingleRAN platform that has garnered the vendor some significant contracts in Europe. Most recently, a group of Republican senators asked the Obama administration to take a closer look at whether a potential deal between Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) and Chinese vendor Huawei will compromise national security. They are concerned about the vendor’s rumored ties with the People’s Liberation Army and Iranian government.
Huawei has consistently denied these claims, and has been battling these issues for years now. But it’s becoming obvious the vendor is willing to make some dramatic concessions to gain new business and provide more transparency into its private business structure.
Huawei CNDS covers GSM/UMTS, CDMA, and NGN, and supports various network construction scenarios such as MSC Pool, voice over IP (VoIP), and mobile virtual network operator (MVNO).
Nokia Siemens Networks hosted charging and CRM solutions helped a leading supermarket chain provide its customers with a new mobile phone service – without losing focus on its core competences – paving the way for important service enhancements in the future, and protecting CAPEX and OPEX investments.
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (“Huawei”), a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, and Vodafone, the largest mobile operator in the world today introduced the Vodafone-branded V710 consumer 3G handset.