Clearwire: Wholesale strategy hinges on right partners; T-Mobile USA CEO to step down in 2011

> While acknowledging ZTE's relatively small presence in developed markets, company executives expressed confidence that the firm's approach to the global wireless infrastructure market will yield positive results in the coming years. That includes ZTE's ability to tap the lucrative North American wireless infrastructure market. Article

> Clearwire's wholesale strategy depends on the "right mix" of partners. Q&A

> T-Mobile USA Robert Dotson will resign from the carrier in 2011, parent company Deutsche Telekom said. Philipp Humm, a former CEO of T-Mobile Deutschland, will take over the reins at the nation's No. 4 carrier. Article

> As interest in 60GHz technology for fast home video networks heats up, IBM and MediaTek are to show off the first fruits of their 2.5-year project in this area. The two firms will demonstrate their jointly created 60GHz transceiver chipset at this week's IEEE RFIC Symposium in California, just as key standards bodies vie to provide the platform for future wireless HD video nets. Article

> One out of every six mobile phone customers are being presented with surprise fees, according to a report from the FCC. Article

And Finally... ­Bulgaria's Mobitel is reported to have stopped allocating the number 0888 888 888 to new subscribers after every single person assigned to it died in the last 10 years. Article

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