News In Brief: Apple, Nokia, JDSU, IPWireless, Mobistar

Some users of Apple's older-modeliPhone 3G have colloquially reported a series of technical problems after applying the latest iPhone OS update.
 
Nokia has settled a wage dispute with workers at its Chennai manufacturing plant, signing a new three-year agreement to increase salaries by 2,000-3,000 rupees (€33-€49) per month.
 
JDSU has unveiled three new 10GE testing tools for converged Ethernet networks with emerging data center bridging, and fiber channel over Ethernet technologies.
 
IP Wireless will today unveil a collaboration with Huawei covering Integrated Mobile Broadcast services. The deal follows a similar recent announcement with Vodafone, Orange and O2.
 
Belgium's Mobistar has extended its contract to provide telecom services to SNCB-NMBS Group trains. The extended contract is for both fixed and mobile voice and data applications.
 
Apple's iPad will on Friday launch in nine more countries – Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore. But the company is still struggling to keep up with demand in its existing markets.

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