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Fujitsu and Toshiba confirm handset merger

Fujitsu and Toshiba confirmed today that they have reached a basic agreement to merge their mobile operations, a move that will create Japan’s second-largest handset maker.

Report: Fujitsu and Toshiba to merge handset units

Japanese handset vendors Fujitsu and Toshiba are in talks to merge their mobile phone businesses to challenge local market-leader Sharp, reports Dow Jones Newswires citing local media sources

Japanese vendors to standardise software

Japanese operator NTT Docomo said today that domestic handset manufacturers Fujitsu, NEC, Panasonic and Sharp are to jointly develop a new application platform that will run across its future portfolio of devices.

Fujitsu names new President

The Wall Street Journal reports that Fujitsu has appointed Masami Yamamoto as its next president.

Fujitsu wins NTT DoCoMo LTE contract

Fujitsu has been selected by Japan’s NTT DoCoMo as a supplier of core network systems for the mobile operator’s next-generation ‘Super 3G’ LTE-based network, reports Cellular News.

Japanese quartet team on HSPA

Cellular News reports that a group of Japanese firms, including mobile operator DoCoMo, have announced plans to jointly develop a SH-Mobile G4 single-chip LSI device, and a mobile phone platform incorporating it, to support the WCDMA, HSPA and GSM standards

NSN and Fujitsu team on DoCoMo LTE

Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)  today announced it is teaming with Fujitsu on development of core network kit for NTT DoCoMo’s future LTE deployment.

Reports: Nokia eyes Japanese MVNO launch

Nokia, the world’s largest handset vendor, is to launch in Japan as an MVNO, reports International Herald Tribune citing Japanese newspaper reports over the weekend.

Fujitsu claims 120Mb/s LTE trial

Fujitsu claims that it has tested LTE technology with Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo achieving speeds of 120Mb/s (using 10MHz bandwidth) in Sapporo, Japan.

Docomo gives IMS a needed boost

NTT Docomo has teamed up with five major network vendors to develop specifications for new value-added services delivered via IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) technology.