Huawei Wins Russian CDMA Contract
Published on: 26th Apr 2006
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Huawei has won a contract to construct a CDMA2000 network for Skylink the largest CDMA operator in Russia. According to the contract Huawei will now provide CDMA20001X 1x EV DO network in 25 regions and cities in the CIS making it responsible for half of Russia's CDMA market share. As the preferred supplier of Skylink Huawei is responsible for supplying CDMA solutions for Skylink's overall network.
As a result of its performance in the first stage of the construction of Skylink's CDMA network in 2004, Huawei successfully won additional contracts to deploy CDMA solutions in 14 others cities and expanded its existing contracts within five other cities in Russia.
Mr. Rozinova Raisa, CEO of Skylink, commented, "Skylink will be providing 3G broadband high-speed wireless Internet services to consumers in Russia and Huawei's excellence in creating customized, innovative products has made great impressions on us. We are delighted to establish a strategic partnership with a leading vendor like Huawei."
Mr. Yelin Sun, President of Huawei's CIS, said "We are proud to launch a full-performance commercial network for Skylink once again. With our leading technology in CDMA20001X/1x EV-DO, we will bring the fastest and highest quality 3G multimedia communication to consumers in Russia."