News In Brief: Huawei, Intel, Alca-Lu, PCCW, PT Indosat, Zain

Huawei says it has shipped over 60 million mobile broadband data cards, dongles and embedded modules worldwide. According to ABI Research Huawei has secured 55% of the global mobile broadband terminal market.
 
Intel’s former senior vice president and general counsel Bruce Sewell, has jumped ship to Apple, where he will take on the same roles. He will replace Daniel Cooperman, who has held the general counsel post for the past two years, and will be retiring at the end of September. 

Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Jeanine van der Vlist, the former CEO of Worldmax as country manager for The Netherlands. She will succeed Coert de Boer, who has been appointed managed services global transformation leader.
 
Richard Li has decided not to appeal against a Hong Kong court decision that terminated his planned privatization of PCCW. Li’s €1.36 billion attempt to buy out the incumbent was accepted by shareholders but blocked by the Hong Kong Court of Appeal in April over the use of a controversial share-splitting scheme.
 
Indonesian operator PT Indosat has contracted Alcatel-Lucent to deploy an IP/MPLS mobile backhaul solution as part of its evolution to HSDPA and beyond.
 
Zain Bahrain has selected customer loyalty solutions providers Sicap and RateIntegration, to deploy a carrier wide loyalty manager product.

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