Nokia has launched in the US market three new smartphones: N96, N85 and N79. They will not be subsidized by carriers.
Motorola has released a new Push to Talk (PTT) solution for CDMA EV-DO Rev. A networks. It reached a settlement with Digital Technology Licensing (DTL) in their dispute over cellular phone technology.
Intel and Yahoo are working together to develop widgets (internet apps) available on TV screens.
ALU has introduced the OmniSwitch 6400 family of cost-effective, stackable, layer 2+ Gigabit Ethernet LAN switches. It demonstrates enhanced video quality for DVB-SH broadcast mobile TV at IFA 2008.
Avago Technologies (a chip start-up) is filing for $400m IPO.
u2t and Optoplex are partnering on 40Gbit/s and 100Gbit/s receivers.
TXP and CIG, two FTTH suppliers, will merge.
Cisco will buy PostPath for $215m. PostPath makes Linux-based online applications.
Nortel is paying $10m for DiamondWare, a provider of positional voice technology.
Nortel and LG Electronics have completed the world's first mobile LTE live air handover.
NSN has decided to divest its 56% stake in network equipment manufacturer Dasan Networks, but will continue to purchase Dasan equipment through an OEM agreement.
Qualcomm was judged violated an injunction on use of chips for certain networks with high-speed Internet connections, and not paying royalties to Broadcom.
Huawei is ranked by IDC N° 1 in terms of commercial WiMAX 16e contracts with 17 contracts in 1H08.