SPOTLIGHT: Nortel, Huawei form ultra broadband JV

Nortel and Huawei are linking up for a joint venture that aims to develop ultra broadband products and resell Huawei's existing product portfolio. The JV will equip service providers with products that deliver voice, video, data and wireless services over a common IP platform that supports copper, fiber and fixed wireless networks. It's more or less an IMS offering. The JV will be based in Ottawa and majority owned by Nortel. Release

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