Vendor Corner - 13/10/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

RIM launches “Storm”, its latest touchscreen smartphone. Speculation raises that RIM could be bought by Microsoft. To be continued ......

Nokia and Nuance are teaming to deliver mobile speech and predictive text capabilities across Nokia mobile devices.

IBM launches a New Enterprise Data Center for Business Partners and 3 new Power 6 servers.

Kineto has raised $15m in funding, and Motorola becomes strategic partner of Kineto.

VeriSign has sold remaining stake in Jamba for $200m.

ZTE plans to invest $890m in a R&D and manufacturing center in Xi'an, China. It said its TU25 USB modem has been certified for use with XOHM’s Mobile WiMAX service from Sprint Nextel.

Sagem brand (mobile phone in France) will disappear.

Arris bought Auspice and its service assurance portfolio.

Ericsson unveils a wind-powered base station solution (Tower Tube).

Huawei cancels its decision to sell its mobile devices division, citing market conditions and a weak economy.

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