Kyocera to launch dual-mode CDMA/LTE device; Motorola deploys TD-LTE network in Geneva

> Kyocera said it would release a dual-mode CDMA/LTE device in 2011, and that device could sport the Android platform. Article

> Sybase introduced the Advanced IP Messaging server, and the company said this can address key technical issues with messaging interoperability as the industry moves to 4G. The server can be on premises or act as a hosted product, and Sybase said it will offer interoperability between a carrier's legacy messaging infrastructure and IMS protocols. Article

> Motorola said it has successfully deployed a TD-LTE network in Geneva, Switzerland to support China Mobile Communications' presence at the ITU Telecom World 2009 event. Article

And Finally... State prison officials said an inmate is in solitary after he tried to escape from Columbia Correctional Institution. He had stuffed his clothes with newspapers to protect him from razor wire that lined the top of the first fence. He also had a large bag of raisins with him. Article

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