News In Brief: Telefonica, NSN, O2 Media, ZTE, Bharti Airtel

Telefonica chief Cesar Alierta and Telecom Italia head Franco Bernabe are among 15 people shortlisted as potential board members for the Italian incumbent.
 
Nokia Siemens Networks has picked up a five year contract to manage African carrier Vodacom Tanzania’s network, with a focus on cost reduction and improved energy efficiency.
 
A personalized advertising campaign service from O2 Media has racked up two million customers in 18 months, and attracted 1,000 major brands.
 
ZTE is rolling out a 100Mbps wireless network in major Malaysian cities for domestic carrier U Mobile. The vendor will upgrade U Mobile’s 42 Mbps mobile network, and install LTE platforms.
 
Bharti Airtel has launched a broadband TV service that streams broadcast content to PCs.

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