Vendor Corner - 17/11/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Microsoft unveiled its new Internet Explorer Mobile 6 browser. Analysts are giving Microsoft as the winner of Verizon' s mobile search deal.

Amdocs is buying ChangingWorlds for $60m. ChangingWorlds is an expert in customer personalization. The move sent Amdocs' share down 16%.

NSN launches a new advanced open IPTV solution, Home Entertainment Release 3.0. The new middleware replaced the one developed by Myrio that NSN bought.

Nokia launches a new Eseries messaging device, the Nokia E63.

ALU said it is reshaping its LTE development partnership with NEC, and also said it is considering expanding its managed services offerings and more focusing on the NA market next year. It just introduces a new professional services suite called “Sustainable Power”, to reduce network energy consumption and costs. ALU submitted an application for the delisting of ALU shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).

Sony Ericsson launches its Xperia smartphone in the US at $800, but only via its web site. It is showing off 12 megapixel camera for handsets.

Motorola and BlackArrow are teaming to work and deliver SCTE-130 standards-compliant addressable advertisement management solutions.

Cisco introduces a new edge router, the ASR 9000, featuring huge 6.4tbit/s, non-stop video usage, and small carbon footprint.

Huawei will sell Android and Symbian smartphones in 2009.

Panasonic negotiates the acquisition of Sanyo.

HTC has developed the world's first integrated GSM/WiMAX handset.

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