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October 22, 2007

MOEA Taiwan signs MOUs with 5 global WiMAX companies to connect with networking industry world-wide

MOEA Taiwan signs MOUs with 5 global WiMAX companies to connect with networking industry world-wide

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Monday, October 22, 2007

2007 WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference
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VIPs at Press Conference for the Memorandum of Understanding Signing between MOEA Taiwan and Global WiMAX Companies.

At the 1st day of WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs of R.O.C. Taiwan (MOEA Taiwan) not only set M-Taiwan Pavilion supervised by Industrial Development Bureau of MOEA Taiwan, but also signed MOUs with five world-class WiMAX companies to enhance the advance of networking industry in Taiwan especially in WiMAX environment.

In the contract-signing ceremony, MOEA Taiwan chose Alcatel-Lucent, Motorola Inc., Nokia-Siemens, Starent Networks, and Sprint-Nextel to sign MOUs with different technologies such as interoperability testing (IOT) to help companies in Taiwan with testing and purchasing WiMAX networking devices and develop solutions with high prime costs to expand the opportunity in global marketing.

“Governments and networking industry in Taiwan is still promoting on M-Taiwan project, the investment with WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan is the 2nd highest in the world, we estimate that by 2012, the production value of WiMAX will break NT$140 billion. With the MOUs signing, the industry development of WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan will be improved rapidly with product testing and lots ways of applications to ensure the prime position in the global WiMAX chain.” Steve Ruey-long Chen (Minister of Economic Affairs of Taiwan) remarked at the Ceremony.

According to MOEA Taiwan, this MOUs signing is the 2nd time after signing with world-class companies like Intel, NEC, Nortel, and Rohde & Schwarz Technology. With this MOUs signing, it will improve the networking industry and WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan.

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October 20, 2007

Dell joins Microsoft-Nortel VoIP Team

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Dell joins Microsoft-Nortel VoIP Team

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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Dell Inc. announced on Tuesday that it will partner up with the Microsoft-Nortel Innovative communications alliance (ICA) team to sell Unified Communications and VoIP products.

The announcement on Tuesday the 16th of October 2007 includes Dell selling VoIP, data and wireless networking products from Nortel and the Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 and other unified communications products.

The partnership with both manufacturers should allow Dell to provide a pre-integrated solution.

In March 2007, competitors IBM and Cisco announced they would join in the competition for developing unified communications applications and the development of open technologies around the unified communications and collaboration (UC2) client platform an application programming interfaces (APIs) offered by IBM as a subset of Lotus Sametime.

“We want to make it simple for our customers to deploy unified communications so their end users can get access to all their messages in one place – whether its e-mail, phone or mobile device. This will pave the way for more business-ready productivity tools,” said vice president of solutions, Dell Product Group, Rick Becker.

  • Customers have four options:
    • Core Office Communication Server 2007 – provides instant messaging and on-premise Microsoft Live Meeting.
    • Office Communication Server: Telephony – enables call routing tracking and management, VoIP gateway and public branch exchange (PBX) integration.
    • Audio and Video Conferencing – allows point-to-point conference, video conference and VoIP audio conference.
    • Exchange Unified Messaging – provides voicemail, e-mail and fax in Microsoft Outlook, and anywhere access of Microsoft Outlook Inbox and Calendar.

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January 12, 2005

News Briefs: January 12, 2005

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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

The following stories made international headlines Wednesday:

Nortel completes restatement

After 14 months, three missed deadlines, and a change of CEOs, Canada’s Nortel (ticker NT) finally reported their audited restatement of earnings for 2001, 2002, and 2003. Five board members are stepping down.

Source: BusinessWeek Online: Nortel: Beyond Closing the Books

Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada in Hong Kong hospital

Police reported to the Sandiganbayan, the anti-graft court investigating the former Philippine president, and leaked to the press, that Estrada had hosted members of his former cabinet for dinner and stayed overnight away from the hospital in which he is supposed to be confined. He is in hospital to undergo knee replacement surgery.

Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer: Estrada wanders out in HK

Interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi acknowledges issues for Jan. 30 poll

As new attacks kill at least 25 people, interim Prime Minister Allawi admitted not all Iraqis would be able to vote:

“There are some pockets that will not participate in the election but they are not large.”

Source: Hindustan Times: Nationwide Iraq polls impossible: Allawi


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News briefs:January 12, 2005

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News briefs:January 12, 2005

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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

The following stories made international headlines Wednesday:

Nortel completes restatement[]

After 14 months, three missed deadlines, and a change of CEOs, Canada’s Nortel (ticker NT) finally reported their audited restatement of earnings for 2001, 2002, and 2003. Five board members are stepping down.

Source: BusinessWeek Online: Nortel: Beyond Closing the Books

Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada in Hong Kong hospital[]

Police reported to the Sandiganbayan, the anti-graft court investigating the former Philippine president, and leaked to the press, that Estrada had hosted members of his former cabinet for dinner and stayed overnight away from the hospital in which he is supposed to be confined. He is in hospital to undergo knee replacement surgery.

Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer: Estrada wanders out in HK

Interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi acknowledges issues for Jan. 30 poll[]

As new attacks kill at least 25 people, interim Prime Minister Allawi admitted not all Iraqis would be able to vote:

“There are some pockets that will not participate in the election but they are not large.”

Source: Hindustan Times: Nationwide Iraq polls impossible: Allawi
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