China has opened up its mobile broadband market after granting 4G licences to the country's three main telecom companies. The FT reports.» Read More
Ben Verwaayen, CEO of Alcatel-Lucent, told CNBC, "We live in a tough market environment; people have a lot of expectations from technology, there is a huge demand for tablets, smartphones for new ways of communicating but the reality is the things that we do making networks is substantially less on a systemic basis then it was before, so as a company you have to face reality and take firm action."
Rajeev Singh-Molares, EVP & President, Asia Pacific at Alcatel-Lucent says that after a particularly slow first quarter, Asia's mobile markets will rebound over the rest of the year. China will publish its plan for a national broadband network later in the year and this will drive growth in the mobile industry.
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