Motorola Wins Chinese 3G Contract
Published on: 22nd Apr 2009
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Motorola says that it has won a W CDMA contract with China Unicom for an undisclosed amount. Under the contract, Motorola will provide China Unicom with W CDMA radio access network equipment, packet switched core network (PS core), and 2G 3G interoperability functions that will enable the integration of China Unicom's GSM and W CDMA networks.
"By leveraging Motorola's expertise in mobile broadband, we are well-positioned to help China Unicom deliver voice, high-speed data and Internet services at home and on the go," said Dr. Mohammad Akhtar, vice president and general manager, Home and Networks Mobility, Motorola China. "This contract reinforces Motorola's long-term commitment to deliver a high-performing and reliable network that effectively supports China Unicom's growth plans"
No details about roll-out scope or size of the contract was offered.