Huawei sees 35% rise in 2015 sales revenue; Ericsson claims NFV first for Middle East

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> Huawei forecast a 35 per cent increase in sales revenue to about CNY390 billion ($60 billion/€54.7 billion) for 2015. Reuters article

> Saudi Arabia's market regulator referred suspects to the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution over the restatement of accounts at Mobily. Reuters article

> Ericsson said an NFV proof of concept demo conducted with Zain Group is the first of its kind in the Middle East. Ericsson announcement

> Huawei said Saudi Telecom Company (STC) will deliver the fastest LTE data rates in the Middle East after a demonstration of the Chinese vendor's 4.5G TDD+ kit. Huawei release

> Facebook fights back over growing criticism over its Free Basics service in India. Guardian article

And finally…Mobile phone users are told to be more alert. BBC News article

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