News In Brief: NSN, KPN, Telx, Telegent, ACCC, Facebook

Nokia Siemens has announced it has integrated TD-LTE with its existing mobile platforms, including base stations and core networks.
 
The EMEA optical network hardware market is set to recover with a 12% growth in 2010,  Infonetics has predicted. Growth will be driven partly by a spending recovery in Western Europe, as well as deployments of access networks in the Middle East. 
 
Colocation provider Telx has become the latest company to launch an Ethernet exchange.
 
KPN has contracted Alcatel-Lucent subsidiary Motive to deploy the vendor's network analyzer product. The suite will be used to support KPN's HDTV and multimedia services. 
 
Nearly six in 10 UK mobile users want mobile TV, with demand even higher amongst 18-34 year-olds, according to research commissioned by Telegent Systems.
 
An Australian court has used Facebook to issue a paternity test order, after failing to reach him via mail.

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