Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Telecom Headlines: Tuesday 11 Sept


> Alcatel-Lucent shakes-up management in bid to play to its strengths
> Nokia in talks for exclusive UK launch partner
> Companies awakening to tax benefit, risk in cloud computing - KPMG
> Ericsson bags backhaul contract from M1
> UK govt to speed NGN rollout by sidestepping planning rules

Paul Tufano - Alc-Lu

Alcatel-Lucent shakes-up management in bid to play to its strengths
Paul Tufano takes on COO role as equipment maker makes changes to enable it to save €1.25 billion by the end of 2013.
http://goo.gl/vnbaz

Nokia in talks for exclusive UK launch partner
Finnish vendor has held discussions with Everything Everywhere, possibly about LTE device launch, FT reports.
http://goo.gl/jgfON

Companies awakening to tax benefit, risk in cloud computing - KPMG
KPMG survey shows tax executives at U.S. companies see impact of cloud on tax bill as biggest challenge.
http://goo.gl/M34zV

Ericsson bags backhaul contract from M1
Swedish vendor to supply optical, microwave transmission equipment to Singaporean telco.
http://goo.gl/6Gnpw

UK govt to speed NGN rollout by sidestepping planning rules
New culture minister accused of 'riding roughshod' over rules protecting residents.
http://goo.gl/qmwx2

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