Wednesday, 15 October 2008

Catch up - All the news you've missed

The top ten most popular news stories on Total Telecom in September were read an incredible 19,500 time. At least I thought this was incredible until I realised that this is only around 5% of the total articles read on TT in a month. So, as everyone loves a list, what have you missed?

The top 10 most read news stories in September were:
Verwaayen outlines plan for Alcatel-Lucent
Internet Players Scrabble to The Rescue
Intelsat Drops Abominable Rules and Prepares For Market
INTUG Names Names in European Leased Line Tariff Scandal
FCC Says Universal Service Revamp is Delayed
Nokia's brand value plummets, Voda gets a boost
Verwaayen to become Alcatel-Lucent CEO
Friday Review: Moving out
Wholesale giants say Internet will no longer be free
Termination rate cuts could price out pre-paid users - Vodafone

and while we're at it, the Industry News (press releases) on Total Telecom are popular as well, so ten you might want to check out:
Global Crossing expands data centres
Sony Ericsson unveils Project Capuchin SDK
Ericsson to build mobile network for C&W
Ericsson, Hanoi Telecom network deal
Nokia Siemens, Vodafone run LTE platform trial
Ericsson hosted mobile advertising deal with KPN
Ericsson unveils IMS IPTV middleware
Nokia launches developer program
RNLI £4m NGN deal with ntl:Telewest Business
NEC secures WiMAX Forum® certification

Do let us know if this type of round up is interesting / useful....

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