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Minister says book value of vendor's 6,000 patents below review threshold. The Canadian government ruled Tuesday its rules governing foreign investment don't apply in the US$4.5 billion sale of patents belonging to Nortel Networks Corp.In a statement, Industry Minister Christian Paradis said the acquisition of 6,000 patents - by a consortium primarily of giant foreign technology companies led by Apple Inc. and Sweden's Telefon AB L.M. Ericsson - didn't trigger a government review because
1831 days ago 0 comments Categories: Tech News Tags: Week in research: Transition to IP slows PBX sales slightly, ZTE pushes patent applications up
FierceTelecom: PBX in transition: Lagging sales of TDM PBX systems put a bit of a tail drag on overall global PBX sales in the first quarter of 2011, with the market dipping to $2.52 billion, 4 percent below the same period last year. However, the continuing shift to IP PBX is in evidence as this segment of the market grew slightly from Q4 2010 to Q1 2011. "The global PBX market is typically down in the first quarter following a strong fourth quarter, and 1Q11 was no exception as the overa