News In Brief: Cisco, T-Systems, Verizon Business, Alca-Lu

Cisco will supply US Wimax operator Clearwire with IP NGN core infrastructure. Cisco also said it would build mobile Wimax devices for consumer, Soho and SMB customers.
T-Systems profit fell 97.7% to €11 million ($14.9 million). Excluding one-time losses from the disposal of its broadcast unit, ebitda grew 3.4% year-on-year, the company said.
Cisco has unveiled  its Unified Service Delivery platform, a solution to help service providers build a foundation for cloud services.
Verizon Business has launched network-based enterprise mobility services in India.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched  its first cloud-based VPN services - including traffic management and monitoring, videoconferencing and VoIP.

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