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ZTE's Lam: Company shines in U.S. prepaid device market with 21% share

MALTA--ZTE continues to make inroads in the U.S. prepaid device market. Speaking at the IFA 2015 trade show here, Waiman Lam, senior director of technology and partnerships at ZTE, said that the company has 21 percent of the U.S. prepaid device market, making it the No. 2 player in the space. The company commands 7 percent of the overall device market in the United States.

U.S. wireless carriers to face fewer vendor options as Nokia moves to buy Alcatel-Lucent

Nokia agreed to purchase Alcatel-Lucent in a $16.6 billion (€15.6 billion) deal that would form a powerhouse to rival Ericsson and Huawei in the global market for telecom equipment. In the United States, the deal could create a company that could challenge Ericsson's leading position.

Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent confirm talks to create world's largest wireless network gear vendor

Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent confirmed they are in talks for Nokia to acquire Alcatel-Lucent in a merger that could give the combined company more fighting weight against Ericsson and Huawei in the network gear market. According to research firm IDC, the combined company would become the world's largest wireless network equipment vendor.

ZTE scores in 2014 thanks to 4G deployments and strong smartphone sales

Chinese equipment maker ZTE saw its net profit increase 94 percent in 2014, to $423.4 million, up from $220 million in 2013, thanks to strong smartphone sales overseas and an increase in 4G network deployments.

Ethio Telecom launches 4G in Addis Ababa

Ethiopia's state-run telecoms monopoly has started selling 4G services in the capital Addis Ababa, offering packages for use with an LTE dongle or LTE Wi-Fi router from Huawei or an LTE-enabled smartphone.

ZTE takes next step in Algérie Télécom's LTE rollout

ZTE picked up a contract to deploy the second phase of state-owned Algerian operator Algérie Télécom's LTE network, nearly a year after the operator took a leading position in Africa with the launch of the first phase in its 4G rollout.

ZTE set to double 5G R&D funding to $400M, chief scientist reveals

ZTE is set to double its annual 5G research and development spend to around $400 million (€350 million) and add another 800 engineers to laboratories focused on the next generation technology in 2015, the company's chief scientist said.

CES: Wake me up when wearables are so smart I can leave my phone at home

LAS VEGAS--Wearables are still in version 1.0 and need to be smarter and more connected. Right now they are very much "nice to have," not "need to have." So let's tone down the hype. Wake me up when I can leave my home without my smartphone and just a wearable strapped to my wrist, because we're not there yet.

Sprint's Boost makes promotional plans permanent, launches ZTE Speed

Sprint's Boost Mobile prepaid brand said its promotional pricing--which offers customers more data than in previous plans--is now the carrier's permanent pricing. The carrier also launches a new Android smartphone from ZTE in addition to the previously announced Microsoft Lumia 635 Windows Phone device.

Xiaomi, OnePlus and other Chinese manufacturers face hurdles in international smartphone expansion

Although Chinese-based smartphone makers Xiaomi and OnePlus have garnered attention and market share this year as sales of their low-cost models have thrived, the companies face obstacles to expanding globally, including patent litigation and a lack of brand awareness among Western consumers.