Rostelecom bearish on 2015 earnings; Deutsche Telekom partners Huawei on cloud, IT infrastructure

> Deutsche Telekom and Huawei signed a global framework agreement for IT infrastructure and private cloud solutions at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover. Release

> Israel-based Cellcom said its fourth-quarter net profit fell 46 per cent to ILS55 million (€12.9 million/$13.6 million) and revenue dropped 5.7 per cent to ILS1.14 billion. Article

> Ericsson is buying the telecoms business of China's Sunrise Technology with around 1,000 employees. Release

> Russian operator Rostelecom expects revenues to be flat in 2015 due to uncertainty over macroeconomic conditions. Article

> Microsoft will power cloud-based over the air updates in future Ford cars. Report

And finally...Forget doing the crossword; charge your phone while sitting on your throne. Article

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