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Cellular versions of Apple's iPad 4 and iPad mini close to China launch after gaining network license

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Newly acquired network licenses show Apple is making preparations to release the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of its iPad 4 and iPad mini in China on the China Unicom and China Telecom networks, Techweb reports. iPad models A1460 and A1455 were discovered on the website of Chinese telecommunications certification center...
Cellular versions of Apple's iPad 4 and iPad mini close to China launch after gaining network license

Cisco's New Strategy For Growth Looks A Lot Like IBM (CSCO)

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Cisco's CEO John Chambers reaffirmed his vows to grow the company's revenues at a 5 to 7 percent annual clip, but in a surprising new way. He wants to lean on Cisco's software and services businesses for that growth. These are not two areas that Cisco is known for. Cisco's...
Cisco's New Strategy For Growth Looks A Lot Like IBM (CSCO)

Apple launches the new iPad in nine more countries today, still no date for China

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Apple has continued the release of its new iPad as the device launches in nine countries today, taking it to a total of 30 markets worldwide. The third wave of launches sees Apple’s third-generation tablet officially come to Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand today, leaving...
Apple launches the new iPad in nine more countries today, still no date for China

Oracle invests in carrier VoIP, plunking down $1.7B for Acme Packet

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Enterprise computing giant Oracle is eyeballing a new market: telecom networks. It revealed today it just paid $1.7 billion for Acme Packet, a major supplier of gear that manages voice and data traffic on carrier networks. Acme is the world-leader is a specialized bit of gear known as the session...
Oracle invests in carrier VoIP, plunking down $1.7B for Acme Packet

Apigee grabs $20m to bring its API platform to more developers, operators and businesses

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These are busy times for API specialist Apigee after the Palo Alto-based company closed a $20 million funding round, led by new investor Focus Ventures, to take its total venture capitalist backing to $88 million. Existing investors Bay Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, SAP Ventures and Third Point Ventures also took part in the...
Apigee grabs $20m to bring its API platform to more developers, operators and businesses

Next phase of Apple’s new iPad rollout to include Taiwan as operators offer the device for the first time

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Apple’s new iPad will roll out in Taiwan in the coming weeks, with mobile operators in the country announcing that consumers are now able to register for the tablet, marking the first time they have been able to sell the device. Two of Taiwan’s top three operators – Far EasTone Telecommunications...
Next phase of Apple’s new iPad rollout to include Taiwan as operators offer the device for the first time

Apple's iPhone 5 gains final regulatory license in China ahead of rumored December launch

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Having already passed two of the required certifications to go on sale in China, Apple’s iPhone 5 has now passed its third and final regulatory hurdle in the country by receiving approval for its network access license. With the final piece of the puzzle completed, it’s left to the operators (and...
Apple's iPhone 5 gains final regulatory license in China ahead of rumored December launch

Last week in Asia: Apple soars in China, Samsung tops global mobile sales and more

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Hello and welcome back to the latest installment of Last Week in Asia, our round-up that gives you a clear picture of key stories and developments from Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China Apple is the world’s most prominent consumer technology firm and, when it puts out its financial results, the world...
Last week in Asia: Apple soars in China, Samsung tops global mobile sales and more

Cisco's Profit Jumps; Shares Drop

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Cisco's profit rose 20% as companies continued to upgrade their telecom networks, but shares dropped more than 9% after-hours as investors appeared disappointed with the results....
Cisco's Profit Jumps; Shares Drop

Wireless Networks Hit by Outages

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Telecom networks across the East Coast, but especially around New York City, are experiencing widespread problems Tuesday as a result of Hurricane Sandy....
Wireless Networks Hit by Outages

AnchorFree: A road warrior’s friend, a censor’s foe

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David Gorodyansky started his security software maker to help us safely surf the Net.  But protestors like it too. By Alex Konrad, reporter David Gorodyansky protects users’ privacy. FORTUNE — David Gorodyansky, co-founder of security software company AnchorFree, based in Mountain View, Calif., says his role models in business are Bert...
AnchorFree: A road warrior’s friend, a censor’s foe
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