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Disney agrees to sell factual channels to win EU approval for Fox takeover

2018-11-07 10:51:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The European Commission has approved Disney's planned takeover of 21st Century Fox with the condition that the companies divest several factual channels. These are the channels History, H2, Crime & Investigation, Blaze and Lifetime, which are controlled by A+E Television Networks, a joint venture between Disney and Hearst. The Commission said the concession would resolve its concerns about reduced competition on the market for wholesale supply of TV channels following the merger. 

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China Telecom consortium set to win 3rd mobile license in Philippines

2018-11-07 10:06:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) China Telecom has established a consortium with local companies Udenna and Chelsea Logistics to bid for the Philippines' third mobile operator license. Dubbed Mislatel, the consortium would use Udenna's supply chain knowledge, China Telecom's technologies and Chelsea's logistics and distribution network to deliver the service, ABS-CBN News reports. The National Telecommunications Commission qualified the bid as the sole candidate after an initial evaluation of offers. 

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Nokia wins contracts worth EUR 2 bln from three Chinese operators

2018-11-07 09:26:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Nokia announced it has signed three separate frame agreements worth a combined value of more than EUR 2 billion with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom. Under the terms of the contracts, Nokia will deploy technologies and services designed to upgrade performance in fixed and mobile broadband networks across China to support operators' transition to 5G.

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Oppo unveils Oppo RX17 Pro smartphone in Milan

2018-11-07 09:09:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Chinese smartphone producer Oppo unveiled its Oppo RX17 Pro smartphone in Milan. It is Oppo's second major introduction for the European market this year. In June, Oppo kicked off expansion plans in the European market with the introduction of the Oppo Find X in Paris. Just as with that phone, the new Oppo RX17 Pro will also focus, for the time being, on four European countries, namely Spain, Italy, France and the Netherlands. According to Oppo, consumers in these four countries are most open to new smartphone brands. Further expansion within Europe is on the cards and Oppo expects to launch in the UK by the end of this year or at the start of next year.

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US court orders Qualcomm to license modem technology to other chipmakers

2018-11-07 08:36:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Qualcomm must license some of its modem technology to competitors such as Intel, a US federal judge has ruled. The preliminary ruling came in a competition lawsuit against Qualcomm brought by the US Federal Trade Commission in early 2017, Reuters reports. The lawsuit is scheduled to go to trial next year.

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