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Nortel Networks will pay U.S. creditors up to $1B in interest

Nortel Networks Inc., the U.S. unit of bankrupt Canadian vendor Nortel Networks Corp., has agreed to pay U.S. creditors as much as $1 billion to cover interest that investors claim has built up since the company filed for bankruptcy in 2009.

Huawei's first-half revenue jumps 19% thanks to LTE, smartphones

Huawei reported that its first half-revenue jumped 19 percent thanks to growth in its LTE network infrastructure and smartphone businesses outside China.

Ericsson's profit surges in Q2, as vendor points to stronger second half

Ericsson reported strong results for the second quarter, with its sales and profit margins beating analysts' expectations. The Swedish vendor expects a better sales and business mix in the second half of this year and is riding stronger growth in network-capacity projects, which are more profitable than network buildouts.

AT&T's developer program focuses on helping devs make their apps stand out

Carolyn Billings, the associate vice president of AT&T's developer program, recently spoke with  FierceDeveloper about how AT&T is addressing the needs of developers and what the future holds. Hot Seat

Ericsson N. American CTO, Nandlall, leaving to be group CTO of Telstra

Vish Nandlall, CTO and head of strategy and marketing at Ericsson North America, is leaving the company to join Australian operator Telstra at its group CTO. Nandlall said his new position will begin in August.

Wireless in the second quarter of 2014

How did the wireless industry perform in the second quarter of 2014? Check here throughout the second-quarter earnings report season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's...

Sprint to help bring rural LTE partners into the 2.5 GHz ecosystem

Sprint will work with its rural LTE roaming partners to get them access to LTE devices and network infrastructure for the 2.5 GHz band, the carrier confirmed.

Keeping track of the wireless Q2 earnings season

FierceWireless will be keeping track of full earnings reports from the wireless industry's carriers, handset makers, network equipment suppliers, chipset vendors and others in the second quarter. Special report

Nokia scoops up infrastructure deployment firm SAC Wireless

Nokia Networks said it will buy SAC Wireless, a wireless network equipment installation specialist. The companies did not disclose the financial terms of the deal.

ABI: Ericsson, Huawei top managed services market, with Nokia not far behind

Ericsson and Huawei each hold around 30 percent of the $13 billion telecom network managed services market, according to a new report from ABI Research. However, Nokia's networks unit is not far behind with 25 percent of the market.