Apple to see sharp rise in China sales

Reuters

Apple (Cupertino, Calif., U.S.A.) is set to exponentially grow its China business as the country's number one and number three telecom operators’ fight to finalize deals to sell iPhones in the world's largest mobile phone market, with more than 900 million subscribers.

China Unicom (Beijing, China) is the sole operator offering Apple's smartphones, but it is only a matter of time before the number one operator, China Mobile (Beijing, China), and number three, China Telecom (Beijing, China), follow suit, analysts said.

China Telecom plans to launch iPhone

Reuters

China Telecom (Beijing, China) plans to offer its 106 million subscribers the Apple Inc (Cupertino, California) iPhone by the end of 2011, sources said on Wednesday.

The move would help China Telecom, the smallest of the country's three telecommunications operators, establish more 3G users in a competitive market. China Telecom operates the country's largest fixed-line network and is a relative newcomer to the mobile market.

Chinese Government promotes EV charging stations, rapid growth predicted

In a report conducted by research firm Technavio, it is forecasted that the Chinese electric vehicle (EV) charging station market will grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 86% from 2010 to 2014.

According to Technavio, the EV Charging Station market reached $321 million in 2010 and is expected to grow to $1.2 billion in 2011 due to the huge investment being made to develop the infrastructure required by electric vehicles.

Juniper provides Ethernet switching to large Chinese television company

Juniper Networks (Sunnyvale, Calif.), a networking systems provider, on Monday announced that Youku.com Inc, a Beijing-based Internet television company, has deployed a new Ethernet switching infrastructure running on Juniper’s operating system in its data center and Content Delivery Network.

Huawei rejects China financial aid claim

Reuters

Telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei Technologies (Shenzhen, P.R.C) on Thursday rejected a U.S. government official's suggestion that its rapid growth was due to Chinese government financial aid.

"It is fundamentally and utterly incorrect," said Bill Plummer, vice president of external affairs for Huawei.

He was responding to a comment by U.S. Export-Import Bank President Fred Hochberg on Wednesday that one reason Huawei's "growth has been so dramatic is that it's backed by a $30 billion credit line from the Chinese Development Bank.

Alipay gets license to set up e-payment system

Reuters

The Alipay system affiliated with Jack Ma's Alibaba Group has received a license from China's central bank to operate an electronic payment system in the country, the company said on Thursday.

The license would allow Alipay to handle foreign exchange transactions, Internet payments, mobile payments and debit card services, Alipay said in a statement.

Alibaba Group restructured Alipay's ownership structure, giving Ma full ownership control of the payment business.

China Telecom in talks with Apple over CDMA iPhone

Reuters

China Telecom Corp Ltd (Beijing China), the smallest of the country's three wireless carriers, has contacted Apple Inc to introduce the popular iPhone based on CDMA (code division multiple access) technology, Chairman Wang Xiaochu said today.

Larger rival China Unicom is the only operator in China, which has 886 million mobile phone users, to offer the iPhone so far. However, some analysts say China Telecom could be next after an exclusive agreement with Unicom expires this year.

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Motorola Solutions, Huawei settle trade secret dispute

Reuters

Motorola Solutions Inc and China's Huawei Technologies Co have settled a legal dispute over trade secrets, clearing the way for Motorola to complete the sale of one of its business units to Nokia Siemens Networks.

The settlement puts to rest charges by Huawei that Motorola, one of its long-standing partners, could disclose a variety of its trade secrets in selling a networks business to rival Nokia Siemens Networks.

Motorola agreed to pay an unspecified transfer fee to Huawei as part of the settlement, it said on Wednesday.

SK Telecom to cooperate with China Mobile for joint development in mobile games, M2M

SK Telecom announced that it will establish a cooperative relationship with China's biggest telecommunications company, China Mobile, in areas of mobile games and M2M.

SK Telecom signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China Mobile Jiangsu on April 8 in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province. The two companies agreed to jointly develop content and platforms in areas of mobile games and M2M (Machine-to-Machine). China Mobile Jiangsu is a branch of China Mobile that is responsible for the company's overall games business.

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