News In Brief: Ericsson, Intelsat, China Unicom, Google, Verizon

UK Defense Minister Nick Harvey is set to make a speech to Chatham House in which he will unveil government plans to use cyberspace to fight the wars of the future, BBC reports.
 
Danish telco TDC has contracted existing supplier Ericsson to deliver and manage a nationwide LTE network.
 
Debt-laden Intelsat’s net loss widened to $106.4m in the third quarter, out from $94.3m a year ago. Revenue increased 4.3% to $644.3m.
 
Ericsson has won a managed services contract with China Unicom in Anhui province. It is Ericsson’s largest services contract with the Chinese operator.
 
An inaccurate depiction of a border in Google Maps has been blamed for the accidental invasion of Costa Rica by Nicaraguan troops. 
 
Verizon has appointed Bob Toohey, previously the head of consumer and business wireline operations, as president of its global enterprise unit.

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