News In Brief: NEC, ZTE, Huawei, Facebook, Orange Business Services

NEC says it will resume overseas sales of cellphones next year, three years after losses forced it to pull out of China and Europe, Reuters said.
 
Huawei and Intel have partnered to equip the wireless technologies R&D center at King Abdulaziz City in Saudi Arabia with a state-of-the-art wireless solution.
 
A Facebook board member told Reuters that the social network will achieve Euro 358 million($500 million) in revenues this year. He added that revenue could exceed $1 billion if Facebook pushes harder on selling advertising and forecast that it could be posting billions of dollars in revenue within five years.

Orange Business Services has launched a telepresence and concierge service in 104 markets. The new 24/7 personalized concierge help-desk service allows businesses to have a personal assistant in charge of reservations, technical setup and technical support. The Telepresence solution also integrates a new line of equipment and conference rooms.

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