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  1. Ex-AlcaLu Boss Tasked With Bolstering AlticeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Light Reading

    Expansionist cable group Altice has charged new chief operating officer and ex-Alcatel-Lucent boss Michel Combes with making structural improvements that will support its future growth. Altice confirmed Monday that Combes has become its new chief operating officer, as well as the chairman of its Numericable-SFR business, following press reports last week that he would take up a senior executive role with the company on leaving Alcatel-Lucent .

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  2. What JP Morgan's Rod Hall Is Watching On MondayRead the original story

    Monday | Benzinga

    JP Morgan's Telecom & Networking Equipment analyst Rod Hall releases a daily publication of key stories he is following. Here is a recap of five key developments the analyst highlighted.

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  3. 4G LTE in India Paves the Way for RCSRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | TMCnet

    This is drawing telecoms to the area that want to get on board the growing infrastructure. According to an article at Zacks.com, a total of 9,674 mobile sites have been installed in India to date.

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  4. Thursday's odds and ends: - Beware manspreading, enjoy wine o'clock: new Oxford wordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | SavannahNow

    The term, coined by commuters, refers to men on public transport who splay their legs wide apart and encroach on neighboring seats. It's now been added to OxfordDictionaries.com.

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  5. SAVO Appoints Kelly Smith Dotson as Chief Marketing OfficerRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Freshnews

    SAVO Group, the leading provider of enterprise-grade sales enablement solutions, announced today that Kelly Smith Dotson has been hired as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Dotson joins with relevant experience in the technology sector having led worldwide marketing at Chicago-based NAVTEQ as it grew from a privately-held company through its NYSE IPO and subsequent $8.1 billion acquisition by Nokia.

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  6. Elemental Defines Next-Generation Content Delivery at IBC 2015Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Digital Video Editing

    Software-defined video enables enriched viewing experiences with rapid advances in Ultra HD, high dynamic range content processing, high frame rate encoding and 4K virtual reality /PRNewswire/ --Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of software-defined video solutions for multiscreen content delivery , today announced plans to showcase video processing and delivery at IBC 2015 that enables pay TV providers, content programmers, broadcasters and enterprise customers to address next-generation video complexity while producing vibrant and immersive viewing experiences for consumers. Elemental will feature its flexible and scalable video solutions in turnkey, virtualized and cloud-based deployments at the RAI in .

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  7. What? Austerity in Finland?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Dissident Voice

    Last Saturday, August 22, around 10,000 citizens went down to the streets of Helsinki to protest against the governmental austerity measures. Does this come as a surprise if Finland just elected a billionaire businessman as prime minister? Last Saturday we witnessed one of the biggest demonstrations this country has seen in its very young but strong democracy.

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  8. Selling Austerity to FinlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Counterpunch

    Last Saturday the 22nd, around 10.000 citizens went down to the streets of Helsinki to protest against the governmental austerity measures. Does this come as a surprise if Finland just elected a billionaire business man as prime minister? Last Saturday we witnessed one of the biggest manifestations this country has seen in its very young but strong democracy [1].

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  9. Microsoft Salo plant to shutdown, 2,300 more jobs to be slashedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | BGR.in

    Software giant Microsoft plans to close its plant in Salo in Finland, media reported. The plant was taken over from Nokia as a part of Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone sector, reported Xinhua news agency.

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  10. Microsoft confirms layoffs in Finland, 2300 ex-Nokia employees to lose jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Neowin.net

    Microsoft's Lumia phone division will see another round of layoffs as the company plans to cut 2300 jobs in Finland along with a product development unit. Now, a Reuters report has revealed that one of the three remaining product development units in Salo, Finland will be closed down by Microsoft along with 2300 layoffs.

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  11. Microsoft to shut down Salo plantRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Nerve News

    Software giant Microsoft plans to close its plant in Salo in Finland, media reported. The plant was taken over from Nokia as a part of Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone sector, reported Xinhua news agency.

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  12. Microsoft to shut down Salo plant, move to other cities in FinlandRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Xinhuanet

    Software giant Microsoft announced on Friday that it plans to close its plant in Salo, southwestern Finland, Finnish national broadcaster Yle reported on Friday. The plant was taken over from Nokia as a part of Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone sector.

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  13. Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Dropping on Site Closure, Job CutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | TheStreet.com

    Two Finnish sites in Espoo and Tampere will remain open, but of the 3,200 employees in Finland, only 900 may remain employed after negotiations are concluded, Reuters added. Microsoft, based in Redmond, WA, is engaged in developing, licensing and supporting a range of software, hardware and online advertising products and services.

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  14. Microsoft confirms 2,300 upcoming job cuts and site closing in FinlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | WinBeta

    Earlier this Summer Microsoft announced that they would be laying off 7,800 employees as part of what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called a " fundamental restructuring of our phone business ." Microsoft has now confirmed that a manufacturing plant in Salo, Finland is being closed and 2.300 jobs are being cut there.

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  15. 5G the Free WiFi KillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | EETimes

    "Seamless" is the goal and it comes at a price. The top-line is that Intel hopes to apply all its expertise in computing, networking and wireless communications to make a seamless 5G solution that incorporates distributed intelligence at all levels--from the smartphone to the router to the basestation aggregator to cloudlets, clouds and our fastest supercomputers.

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  16. Microsoft confirms Finnish phone site closure and job cutsRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Reuters

    Aug 21 Microsoft Corp on Friday confirmed it will close Nokia Oyj's former handset product development unit in Salo, Finland, and will cut a total of up to 2,300 jobs in the Nordic country. The cuts, initially announced in July, are part of Microsoft's plan to cut 7,800 jobs globally, most from the phone hardware business that it bought from Nokia last year.

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  17. Microsoft to Close Nokia Finnish Phone Production SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Phone Scoop

    Microsoft today confirmed it plans to fully close a facility in Salo, Finland, that was formerly used to create and produce mobile phones. Microsoft will leave the Nokia facilities in Espoo and Tampere open, but plans to cut about 2,300 jobs in Finland in total.

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  18. Microsoft shutters Finnish phone siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Total Telecom

    Microsoft is closing Nokia's product development facility in Salo, Finland, as part of its global cost-cutting programme, it emerged on Friday. Reuters reports that the U.S.-based software giant will make 2,300 Finnish staff redundant.

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  19. 360-degree cameras are unleashing a new wave of panorama appsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | PC World

    Camera enthusiasts assembled on a stage in Tokyo on Thursday for a traditional group photo, taken by a photographer in front of them. But as they gathered, they lifted slender stick-like cameras above their heads, instantly grabbing 360-degree pics of the room.

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  20. Nokia Networks Expand Use of WANdisco Big Data TechnologyRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Freshnews

    WANdisco a leading provider of continuous-availability software for global enterprises to meet the challenges of Big Data, today announced mobile broadband specialist, and Nokia Corporation subsidiary, Nokia Networks, has expanded use of WANdisco's big data technology to deliver continuous availability with performance and scalability for its Subscriber Data Management solution built on Hadoop to manage and streamline telecommunications. Nokia Networks first selected WANdisco's big data technology in 2013 for consolidating subscriber data previously stored in a number of different databases, each supporting their own applications and data models with little consistency between them.

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