ALSO NOTED: Lucent wins $300M worth of contracts; China to test TD-SCDMA in 3 more cities; and much more...

> Lucent Technologies announced at CeBIT seven multi-year contracts with a potential future value of more than $300 million. Release

> China will test TD-SCDMA in three more cities from March to July, said a source. Article

> CREDANT launched CREDANT Mobile Guardian 5.1, the first mobile data protection solution that follows the data across all end points. Release

> Telecom Italia reduced its mobile unit's financial guidance for the three years through 2008. Article

> RadioShack said it plans to team with three other phone resellers to form a purchasing alliance that the companies said will resell more than 50 million phones a year. Article

> Brazil's telecoms regulator Anatel has voided its auction of GSM spectrum licenses for the states of Alagoas, Ceará, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio Grande do Norte and São Paulo because the lone bidder, Unicel, was disqualified. Article

And Finally... MTN Uganda introduced the publiCom Quad Bike, a four-wheel bicycle that has a GSM pay phone mounted on it. Article

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