News In Brief: Millicom, CSL, Motorola, Tata Tele, Huawei

Millicom has launched a mobile business in Rwanda under the Tigo brand. It has 50% coverage of the population, with plans to extend coverage significantly over the next three years.
 
Hong Kong mobile operator CSL has signed an agreement with US-based SIMtone that will allow it to offer 3G-based cloud services to its subscribers.
 
Motorola has made an investment of an undisclosed sum in Sensitive Object, a company which develops acoustics-based touchscreen technology.
 
India's Tata Teleservices has launched a mobile TV service, branded Photon TV, for subscribers to its EVDO network. 
 
Huawei has been named the market leader in mobile packet core equipment, according to iLocus. Huawei shipped an estimated 95 million SAU (Simultaneously Attached Users) with a 41.4% market share.
 

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