ZTE says injunction won't halt European expansion; TTB only bidder for Belgium 3G licence

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> ZTE said a temporary injunction issued by a German court after action taken by Huawei over USB modems would not stop its expansion in Europe. Article

> Tecteo Telenet Bidco (TTB), a partnership between cable operator Telenet and the Tecteo Group, which owns Walloon-based cable company VOO, has been named as the sole applicant for Belgium's fourth 3G licence. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent has provided MegaFon with its end-to-end femto-based 9360 Small Cells portfolio. Release

> The European Parliament has "strongly endorsed" a proposed Radio Spectrum Policy Programme which will free up new spectrum for mobile broadband services. Article

> Mobile subscriber numbers in the Ukraine fell for the third consecutive quarter taking the total down to 2007 levels. Article

> The Norwegian telecom regulator NPT has invited comments by June 5 on a study conducted by ATDI on its behalf to access the impact on digital terrestrial broadcast services of any future LTE network in the 790-862 MHz band. Article

And finally... A truly entertaining corporate video from Ericsson. Who says vendors don't have a sense of humour? Video

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