Avaya wins Nortel's enterprise business; China Mobile remains in iPhone talks

> Avaya won the auction for Nortel Networks' Enterprise Solutions division with a $915 million bid. Article  

> China Mobile remains in talks with Apple to get the iPhone, according to the company's chairman. Article (sub. req.)

> Bridgewater Systems said it received orders worth $18.8 million from Verizon Wireless for its WideSpan 5000 system. Article

> Infonetics Research forecasts mobile operator revenues will reach $877 billion in 2010. Article

> Orange has upgraded the voice sound quality on its Moldovan network to support the WB-AMR codex. Article

> Rising demand for improved 3G coverage, particularly for home voice and broadband usage, will drive the femtocell market over the next two to three years, according to Juniper Research. Article

> The IEEE finally approved the 802.11n wireless LAN standard--three years after the Wi-Fi Alliance began certifying Draft N products and six years after the first draft version of the standard and multiple draft versions. Article  

> PicoChip introduced an LTE development kit for base stations the will cover small cell sizes. Article

And finally... Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said that comparing any smartphone to the iPhone is like "comparing someone to Michael Jordan." Video

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