ALSO NOTED: ZTE signs deal with India's Tata; Intel set to introduce chipset that supports both flavors of WiMAX; and much more

> ZTE says that it has been selected by India's Tata Teleservices to deploy All-IP CDMA2000 solutions for rural telecom networks throughout India in the coming three years. Article

> Intel is introducing a client chipset that supports both the fixed and mobile WiMAX. Article

> Sybase introduced its Sybase Information Anywhere Suite, a middleware platform intended to facilitate fixed-mobile convergence for corporate users by providing security and ease of use for IT mobile applications. Article

> Cingular Wireless is offering flat-rate bundles for messaging. Article

> The Western European mobile market is forecast to grow by more than 6 percent a year to reach EUR198.4 billion in 2011. Article

And Finally... The UK version of the Finish Mobile Phone Throwing Championship has been set for this August in London. Article

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