News In Brief: Opera, BT, NSN, Ciena

A new mobile app store from Opera is available to 100 million users of the firm’s mobile browsers. Opera Mobile Store was built on a white-label apps market technology from Appia.
BT is showcasing of video conferencing kit and networked IT applications in Singapore, as it continues its bid to expand in Asia Pacific.
Nokia Siemens has upgraded Caribbean operator UTS' network to 40G, bringing total capacity to over 3Tbps, in a bid to fulfill the nation's growing appetite for data services.
Ciena grew losses by over $20 million (€14.3 million) year-on-year to $79.1 million in the three months to end January – the firm’s fiscal 1Q11 -, due mostly to costs relating to its acquisition of Nortel’s Metro Ethernet Networks business.

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