November 2004
RCR Wireless News;11/22/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 47, p6
Trade Publication
Offers news briefs on the wireless communications industry, as of November 22, 2004. Launch of a series of third-generation cellular telephones from Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.; Decision of SBC Communications Inc. and Yahoo! Inc. to extend their agreement to provide co-branded digital subscriber line and Dial services; Acquisition of Telcordia Technologies Inc. by Providence Equity Partners and Warburg Pincus.


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