Wednesday, 12 September 2012

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.
http://goo.gl/7r6v7

Huawei to invest $2bn in UK over five years
Chinese equipment maker pledges to double U.K. workforce following meeting with David Cameron.
http://goo.gl/HCBNv

Nokia Siemens confirms talks to sell BSS unit
CEO says vendor is also looking to sell its applications business.
http://goo.gl/NVXIL

Apple's new iPhone a mixed blessing for wireless carriers
Mobile operators could face hefty subsidy payments for new device.
http://goo.gl/23wLu

Cloud-based services to see double digit growth 
Spending on cloud-based IT services will approach $100 billion in 2016, analyst firm forecasts.
http://goo.gl/VWzbD

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