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Articles from Telecomworldwire (June 6, 2002)

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ARS report shows rising cost of US broadband. Brief Article 123
Auction alert service for eBay launched by InPhonic. Brief Article 132
BTopenworld opts for Motive CRM solution. Brief Article 110
BWCS predicts growth for mobile entertainment market. Brief Article 109
Capital Radio and Nokia launch radio service for mobile phones. Brief Article 122
CodeCharge Studio from YesSoftware shipping now. Brief Article 120
Ericsson presents enhanced packed-based backbone network solution for 3G. Brief Article 120
Ericsson says hard times might still prevail in 2003. Brief Article 113
Extended agreement signed by cahoot and First Data. Brief Article 114
Hall & Woodhouse selects e-mango e-procurement system. Brief Article 102
IDC predicts growth for the content management and retrieval software market. Brief Article 119
July launch for new Fujitsu scanners. Brief Article 121
KPMG Consulting to be acquired by Atos Origin. Brief Article 115
LANguard Security Event Log Monitor 3 shipping from GFI. Brief Article 131
New gaming platform introduced from TTPCom. Brief Article 119
Nokia builds Wurth a 78-country wide IP network. Brief Article 104
Oftel rules that BT is not anti-competitive. Brief Article 120
Oracle, Dell and Red Hat team for open source package. Brief Article 112
Telelogic signs USD700,000 licence agreement in Japan. Brief Article 111
Virgin Trains opts for Global Crossing voice and data services. Brief Article 103
Vodafone to launch pre-paid phone cards for overseas calling. Brief Article 114
Vodafone, WM-data and Microsoft to provide mobile office solution. Brief Article 131
Volvo IT wins SEK20m contract from Nationwide Accident Repair Services in the UK. Brief Article 119

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