Huawei, Ascom push OSS interoperability; Turkcell seeks Astelit stake rise

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> Toshiba said a quantum-cryptography security system offers unbreakable protection. Wall Street Journal report

> Tele2 Russia detailed plans to invest a total of RUB14.7 billion (€241 million/$274 million) in network expansion in three key regions. Telecompaper report

> Turkcell opened talks to acquire the 45 per cent of Ukrainian business Astelit that it does not already own. Seeking Alpha article

> Huawei agreed a licensing deal with Ascom as part of the OSS Interoperability Initiative. Huawei announcement

And finally…An incorrect hot sauce QR code directed smartphone users to a different kind of saucy site. BBC News article

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