Articles tagged with: Fujitsu and Motorola,

Telecom carriers spent $62 billion on outsourced services in 2008

Market research firm Infonetics Research is reporting that telecom carriers spent US$62 billion on outsourced services in 2008, and have plans to increase that spending. more

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Twenty Million Symbian Handsets Sold in Japan

Symbian has announced that over 20 million Symbian smartphones have shipped in Japan up until the end of March 2007. more

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European Converged Device Market Shows Poor Opening Quarter

According to the latest market data from IDC, the Western European mobile device market (including standalone handhelds and converged devices) grew by 25% year on year in the opening quarter of 2006, as total shipments reached 3.2 million units. Significantly, the handheld market failed to recover from the dramatic decline in 4Q05, as shipments of just 549,000 units represented further negative growth of -21% year on year, with only fujitsu Siemens registering positive growth. Additionally, disappointing growth of 43% and shipments of 2.67 million units for converged devices meant market performance fell below expectations. more

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Smart Phones Up, Handhelds Down Globally in Q2"

The global market for smart mobile devices continued its meteoric rise in Q2 according to estimates released by Canalys. The positions of the top three vendors, Nokia, Palm and RIM, remained unchanged from Q1, though strong performance by Motorola, particularly in China and Japan, helped it re-enter the top five narrowly ahead of fujitsu. fujitsu itself enjoyed a strong Q2 thanks to the mid-quarter launch of its new FOMA F901iS smart phone. more

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