News In Brief: Juniper, Nokia, McAfee, Bharti Airtel

Juniper Networks has launched the industry's first 100G Ethernet router interface card, which will be used in its T1600 Core Router.
Nokia has published its first cross-services game, Dance Fabulous, on its N-Gage handsets.
McAfee and Symantec will each pay $375,000 in fines and costs for automatically renewing customers’ anti-virus subscriptions without telling them.
Bharti Airtel has signed  the industry's first managed services contract for a value added services portfolio, awarding the contract to Comviva.
The global handset market shrank 11.9% in Q1 2009, with vendors shipping 35 million fewer units than they did a year ago, ABI Research said.

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