The Kyivstar telecommunication operator in January 2011 concluded an agreement the Huawei Company (China) on supplies of equipment for building a data network under the FTTB technology
The world’s two largest microprocessor manufacturers—Intel Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc.—held their ground in the third quarter, with neither company able to wrest significant market share away from the other, according to market research firm iSuppli.
Highlighted by their adoption in Apple Inc.’s iPhone 4, microelectromechanical system (MEMS) microphones are set to achieve a more than 50 percent increase in shipments in 2010 and a fourfold rise by 2014, according to the market research firm iSuppli.
The Association of Domestic Appliance Enterprises is forecasting that the fluctuation of the euro currency’s exchange rate will not affect prices of domestic appliances and electronic equipment.
The National Communications Regulation Commission (NCRC) has postponed introduction of a rule that requires marking of imported radioelectronic devices and radiating circuits.
Nokia Siemens Networks and IRIS Telecom, a telecom and engineering services firm headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey, today jointly announced that Nokia Siemens Networks will acquire IRIS Telecom.
The Odesa-based Intertelecom company, an operator of fixed-line telephone in the CDMA standard, has reached agreement with Alcatel-Lucent, a Franco-American supplier of telecommunications equipment, on modernization of its network.
Internet service provider Intellecom in September has made arrangements with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd (South Korea) on supplies of equipment for the WiMAX network
Russian Institute of Space Instruments launches a new automated assembly line for production of portable GLONASS/GPS navigators, which will produce 350 to 400 thousand devices a year.
Nokia Siemens Networks has announced plans to set up a Global Network Operations Center (GNOC) in Central Region of Russian Federation.