Bank puts pressure on Alvarion; ZTE to manage E-Plus network

> Alvarion is under pressure to appoint a receiver, after a Silicon Valley bank said the WiMAX equipment vendor has a $3 million debt it cannot repay. Article

> Finland's Elisa reports a better-than-expected Q1 profit due to cost cuts. Article

> ZTE expands its relationship with Germany's E-Plus. Release

> Telekom Austria's Vipnet Croatia buys three regional cable operators. Article

And finally… Weather apps proliferate, but experts question if they can really tell you whether you need to take a brolly or not. Article

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