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Negotiations with Hutchison Whampoa could mean subscribers get free use of mobile phone networks in the UK, Hong Kong, and other countries, according to the UK's Independent.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) today announced data plans specific to the Apple iPad, in time for the tablet's Australian release on Friday, including a Vodafone-only unlimited prepaid option.
The third-generation (3G) mobile phone network that carrier Hutchison shares with Telstra will be upgraded to the HSDPA mobile broadband standard in the first half of next year.
Cell phone service provider Hutchison Essar, a division of Orange, becomes the second of the country's wireless companies in a week to start the walkie-talkie style cell phone service.
The previously announced partnership between Research In Motion and Hong Kong-based telecom company Hutchison will come to fruition May 6 when Hutchison will make RIM's BlackBerry service available to its 5.7 million subscribers in China, Britain, Taiwan and Macau. Service in other countries will follow. The news of the launch date of RIM's service came Tuesday at Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM's first analyst day in Atlanta. RIM also announced its new Mobile Data Service, which is being tested in trials and will help developers create wireless capabilities beyond the e-mail access and calendar updating services that are now possible on BlackBerry devices.
U.K. giant Vodafone strikes a deal with Hutchison Telecommunications in a bold move to bypass antitrust laws and acquire Australia's second-largest mobile carrier.
As expected, Hong Kong-based Hutchison Telecom launched on Monday Research In Motion's BlackBerry service in Hong Kong on its GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) wireless networks. Hutchison is the first mobile carrier in Asia to make RIM's BlackBerry two-way messaging device and service available in Asia, according to the companies. Hutchison's next target is mainland China. RIM and Hutchison will also work together to develop advanced wireless, or 3G, applications so that the companies can extend RIM's technology to Hutchison's 3G markets worldwide.
Research In Motion and Telecom Italia Mobile announced on Monday that RIM's BlackBerry service and device is now available in Italy. The BlackBerry devices run on TIM's next-generation GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) wireless network. RIM's BlackBerry service and devices offer always-on access to e-mail. RIM has been working to get its BlackBerry service and device into new markets. In late April, the Waterloo, Ontartio-based RIM announced that its BlackBerry service and device were available in Hong Kong through a partnership with Hutchison Telecom. Hutchison's next target for a BlackBerry launch is mainland China.
IP Infusion closed a $14.7 million third round of funding, bringing the chip software maker's total financing to $20.4 million since the company started in 1999. The round was co-led by Formative Ventures in the United States and by ImGO Limited in Hong Kong, which is an investment holding company owned by Investor AB, Ericsson, Hutchison Whampoa and the Guoco Group. Other investors included the Intel Communications Fund and Wilson Sonsini Investments. The company makes software for networking chips used by telecom gear manufacturers. The software runs on IP (Internet protocol), the standard that virtually all communication over the Internet is based on. IP Infusion also makes products for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), a newer technology that has gained acceptance in the industry as the limitations of older networking technology become apparent.
BBC Technology has signed a five-year deal to manage the production of content for Hutchison 3G's forthcoming high-speed mobile network.