Mobile technology from Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, and Cisco Systems is being used by one of Iran's largest mobile operators, says Reuters, though U.S. law forbids any sale of goods to the country.
The company's partner reportedly acquired some tower antenna equipment from a U.S.-based firm and then tried to sell it to an Iranian carrier.
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In a country where people don't have electricity, much less Internet access, the Grameen Foundation partners with Google to relay information through mobile phones.
Company is helping build an undersea cable to bring more Internet capacity to Asia as it also looks for partners for an undersea cable to Africa.
Carriers and financial institutions keep announcing mobile-banking and payment services, but so far, U.S. adoption is being dwarfed by that of developing nations, where it's more useful.
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