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Bell System

Appointments

Jackson Wu

President, Greater China

Nortel

Based in Beijing, Mr Wu is further developing the focus he has built in the Greater China region, encompassing the mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

Francois Lancon

Saturday, 12 July, 2008, 12:00am

Appointments

Keat Tian

Managing consultant, Hong Kong

Watson Wyatt

26 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

Sticking to the rules

As director of compliance for Nortel in Asia, John Bradfield must ensure that his company is in compliance with all Asian laws and regulations.

8 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Appointments

Thomas Au

Senior research analyst

Invesco Real Estate

9 Sep 2006 - 12:00am

Raids net HK$25m fake computer haul

Police arrest seven in crackdown on counterfeiting syndicate

Up to US$25 million worth of counterfeit computer networking equipment was seized and seven people arrested in 10 simultaneous raids across Shenzhen.

At least one other person is on the run after authorities issued an arrest warrant for the alleged mastermind of the operation.

1 Sep 2006 - 12:00am

Tech Digest

mergers in first half reach US$227 trillion

Information technology mergers and acquisitions hit a four-year high of about US$227 trillion in the first six months of the year, led by a surge in telecommunications deals, a report said.

4 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

Who's looking for what

Companies

Asiainfo

Chief accountant and senior sales manager in Shanghai.

Eaton Corporation

Product manager in Beijing.

HInnovation

Senior software engineer in Beijing.

GTM Partners

Sales manager in Beijing.

Citibank

12 Mar 2005 - 12:00am

Nortel helping China 'monitor its citizens'

Equipment and technology from telecommunications firm Nortel is being used by the Chinese Government to monitor its citizens, according to report by a Canadian human rights group.

19 Oct 2001 - 12:00am

Event organisers scramble after fewer marketing dollars

If it seems like there are fewer high-power technology conferences and glitzy exhibitions in Hong Kong these days, there are.

Event organisers say they are facing increasingly tough times as the technology economy cools, and established vendors choose carefully where to place their dwindling marketing dollars.

8 Jun 2001 - 12:00am

Network upgrade planned

China Telecommunications (China Telecom), the country's dominant fixed-line operator, plans to upgrade three key provincial operations with a 10 gigabit per second (gbps) capacity optical network through Canada-based Nortel Networks.

7 Mar 2001 - 12:00am

Nortel backs school initiative

Canadian telecommunications giant Nortel Networks has committed US$750,000 to a Hong Kong-based Asian education initiative. Nortel said yesterday the money would be contributed over the next five years to a directorship at Ontario's Asian Management Institute of the Richard Ivey School of Business.

28 Mar 2000 - 12:00am

Star Telecom counterclaim against Nortel alleges loss

The legal dispute between Star Telecom International Holdings and Northern Telecom (Asia) (Nortel) has intensified.

Yesterday, Star Telecom filed writs against Nortel alleging loss and damage suffered after the Canadian maker of telecommunications equipment breached certain contracts and financing guarantees.

8 Apr 1999 - 12:00am

Expansion of Sunday network to go ahead

PCS mobile operator Sunday has secured $2.1 billion in financing to complete the build-out of its network.

Of that, $1.8 billion is project financing and another $300 million for maintenance of its government performance bond.

17 Sep 1998 - 12:00am

New T&T claiming lion's share of fixed line swaps

New T&T claims that the vast majority of customers swapping between fixed line networks are opting to take its services above those of rivals.

The Wharf Holdings subsidiary said at the end of May it had a 90 per cent share of all 'ported' telephone numbers since liberalisation of the local market three years ago.

30 Jul 1998 - 12:00am

Correction notices

Bell Atlantic has no shareholding in Cable & Wireless plc. This was incorrectly reported in the December 16 edition of Technology Post.

In the same issue, it was stated that Jovian Bookshop sells its English-language books on-line at '20 per cent more than in SAR bookstores'. This was incorrect.

6 Jan 1998 - 12:00am

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