Telecom Headlines: Wednesday 12 September
> UK gets LTE with EE and BJ
> Huawei to invest $2bn in UK over five years
> Nokia Siemens confirms talks to sell BSS unit
> Apple's new iPhone a mixed blessing for wireless carriers
> Cloud-based services to see double digit growth
UK gets LTE with EE and BJ
Mobile operator unveils new brand for LTE, FTTH services; mayor of London rubs salt into wound for U.K. rivals; and CEO hints at LTE version of iPhone 5.
Huawei to invest $2bn in UK over five years
Chinese equipment maker pledges to double U.K. workforce following meeting with David Cameron.
Nokia Siemens confirms talks to sell BSS unit
CEO says vendor is also looking to sell its applications business.
Apple's new iPhone a mixed blessing for wireless carriers
Mobile operators could face hefty subsidy payments for new device.
Cloud-based services to see double digit growth
Spending on cloud-based IT services will approach $100 billion in 2016, analyst firm forecasts.
14 November 2012, The Lancaster - London