Nokia to make HSPA dongles; WCDMA sales up in 3Q

> Nokia said it will start making HSPA dongles for laptops in early 2009, challenging Huawei, Ericsson and others in the wireless modem market. Article

> Nortel Networks was told it faces a possible delisting from the New York Stock Exchange if it cannot bring its share price above the required $1 minimum in the next six months. Article (sub. req.)

> The French telecom regulator Arcep, is pushing for France Telecom Orange, Vivendi SFR and Bouygues Telecom to share their 3G networks. Article

> WCDMA equipment sales were up 12 percent in 3rd quarter, according to Infonetics. Article

And Finally... Santa, please save Sprint Nextel. Editorial

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