Chunghwa Telecom to double WiFi accessibility; Carousel Systems acquires TAC Centre

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> Chunghwa Telecom is looking to double the number of WiFi hotspots it has in operation by the end of this year, Telegeography reports. Story.

> BSS provider Intec has announced its Charging and Policy solution for next-generation mobile networks. News release.

> Another argument in favor of cloud services: home-based small businesses stand to benefit from virtual office packages due to reduced operational costs, says Phoenix-based Office Quick, which, unsurprisingly, does just that. News release.

> IPC Systems has expanded its financial network infrastructure to the Singapore Exchange. News release.

> Data networking provider Carousel Systems has acquired TAC Centre, a Nortel communications solutions provider based in Westwood, Mass. News release.

And finally... The axe has fallen at MySpace, as the fading social network--as rumored at the end of last year--cut almost 500 jobs, reports von|xchange. The layoffs will take place by the end of the month. Story.

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