Huawei overtakes AlcaLu in infrastructure market; U.S. broadband penetration at 27%

> According to Dell'Oro Group, the rapid rollout of 3G networks in China has given Huawei's mobile networks business such a boost it has knocked Alcatel-Lucent into fourth place in the wireless infrastructure market during the first three months of this year. Article

> In an effort to position itself as a leading provider of machine-to-machine products, Orange Business Services has unveiled an International M2M Centre based at its Mobistar subsidiary in Brussels. Article

> The build-up to fulfill femtocell equipment contracts from more than 20 mobile operators worldwide could be the reason behind Alcatel-Lucent's prediction that 2010 will be the year femtocells make their market breakthrough. Article

> The global Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has announced its latest report on worldwide broadband penetration. The U.S. comes in just under 27 percent, a few points above the global average of slightly less than 23 percent. Article

And Finally... T-Mobile Australia's website briefly leaked details of a possible 32GB iPhone, though the details were soon taken down. Article

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