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TeliaSonera to complete Kazakhstan deals

TeliaSonera is set to complete two major transactions in Kazakhstan, after it was announced that the company has met the formal conditions for both deals.

T-Systems targets €1bn cloud revenues

T-Systems has announced plans to increase revenues from its cloud business by two and a half times by 2015 compared to this year.

The Frankfurt-based IT services and consulting company, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, said it

Rostelecom launches iODN in Russia

Russia's first intelligent optical distribution network (iODN) has been launched by Huawei.

The network has been deployed in Perm Krai on behalf of the country's biggest fixed network operator, Rostelecom.

Nokia and RIM settle patent dispute

The patent licensing dispute between Nokia and Research In Motion (RIM) is now at an end, after a deal was reached between the two companies.

Nokia and RIM have entered into a new agreement, which means that pending actions in the

O2 and NSN agree 4G network deal

O2 has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to deliver its 4G long term evolution (LTE) service across London and the South East of England.

The operator has decided to upgrade its network after a 12-month LTE network trial involving

Deutsche Telekom CEO makes shock resignation

Deutsche Telekom CEO René Obermann will leave the company at the end of 2013, as it enacts strategies to transform its business and return to growth.

NSN wins China CEM deal

Nokia Siemens Networks has been enlisted by Guangdong Mobile, China Mobile’s largest local wireless subsidiary, to improve the customer experience of its 95 million subscribers.

Seven in the race for UK's super-fast 4G

The bidders for next year's 4G auction in the UK have been announced by telecoms regulator Ofcom.

TeliaSonera sells Norwegian broadband unit

TeliaSonera has sold NextGenTel, a Norwegian subsidiary, following a strategic review that decided it could not compete in the Norwegian broadband market.