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More cynical analysts say that the reason for Apple's current boom quarter is that the outfit got a spike in revenue in China and Japan thanks to inclusion of NTT Docomo and China Mobile as carrier partners.
So far only a handful of carriers have committed to Tizen, including Japan's NTT Docomo and Sprint Nextel.
The tablet was announced as part of a promotional drive through Japanese network provider NTT Docomo. Also included was an LG handset, the LG Optimus Pro G, which sports a 440 pixel per inch screen.
Fujitsu will own the majority shares, at 52.8 percent. Originally it planned to go ahead with the venture on its own, but NTT Docomo and NEC will have 19.9 percent and 17.8 percent of the company, respectively. Fujitsu Semiconductor will account for 9.5 percent.
Pot, kettle black? Tata itself picked up one of the controversial licences, as part of a joint venture with Japan’s NTT Docomo, which it now claims has been “severely disadvantaged” by what it alleges is skewed telecoms regulation.
Japanese semiconductor outfit Mediatek, which specialises in wireless and digital, has signed a deal with NTT Docomo to integrate LTE mobile tech with 2G and 3G to roll out first in Japan and then globally.
Who is in there with Mediatek? A lot of ig names including China Mobile, Acer, Alcatel, Asustek, NTT Docomo, Dell, Foxconn, HTC, Huawei, T-Mobile, Kyocera, Vodafone, ARM, Samsung, Broadcom, ZTE, Toshiba, Atheros. Oh, and Google of course.
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