Vendor Corner - 25/05/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Official: Videocon is in talks with Motorola about its mobile phone unit.

Qualcomm has signed royalty bearing worldwide agreement with China Zhenhua, allowing Zhenhua to develop, manufacture and sell CDMA2000 subscriber units.

Huawei is creating a new R&D Center in Australia in Sydney and will develop a suite of new mobile broadband products. Huawei' handset division interests several partners: private equity firms Blackstone, TPG, KKR, but also ATT and Vodafone interested in buying 50% of the division.

Apple owns over 60% of $1000+ PC market in the US., but less than 3.5% of global PC sales in the USA.

NSN has developed a hosted IPTV service.

Samsung re-organizes: consolidation of key businesses. STBs, laptop computers and digital music player businesses are consolidated with telecom network business.

Convergys has bought Visage Mobile’s subscriber management platform.

Qualcomm invests in femtocell vendor ip.access.

ALU is cleared by the U.S. International Trade Commission in a patent infringement suit launched by Microsoft.

Intel invests $16m in Green Packet Bhd (Malaysia) to build the first WiMAX network in the country.

Finisar and Optium will merge and create the largest optical components supplier, shifting JDSU to the second place.

CoreOptics has received $25m for 40G modules in its latest funding round.

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