News In Brief: Alcatel-Lucent, Anritsu, RIM, NSN, Apple, Nokia

Alcatel-Lucent today launched its new 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch claiming it sets new standards in non-blocking capacity, power consumption and price per port.
 
Separately, the firm opened its first regional delivery center in Asia Pacific. The site in Bangalore, India, is its fourth worldwide.
 
Network testing firm Anritsu will leverage a partnership with Aito Technologies to offer advanced customer experience analytics.
 
Apple has trademarked its “there's an app for that” catchphrase associated with its iPhone and app store.
 
India's home ministry has set a new deadline of January 31 for RIM come up with a solution to enable state surveillance of all BlackBerry services.
 
NSN is supplying its M2M platform to Zhenjiang City in China, to aid its transformation into a “high-tech city.”
 
Nokia has launched its second Symbian^3 smartphone, the social networking-centric C7, for €335.

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