Articles tagged with: Suzhou

Andrew Expands Suzhou Plant as China Invests in 3G

Andrew Solutions has announced an expansion of its Chinese antenna factory to increase the production space for base station antenna manufacturing by 50 percent. Around 400 extra staff will be recruited at the Suzhou factory. more

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First SIMpass-enabled mobile phone launched in China

China Unicom has launched a mobile phone based payment service in the city of Chongqing which enables users to use their phone to pay for transport tickets and at various retailer for normal purchases.  more

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BenQ Formally Takes Over Siemens Mobile

BenQ Mobile, the merged BenQ and Siemens Mobile divisions commenced commercial operations at the weekend. Following BenQ's announcement to acquire the Siemens Mobile Devices Division in June, the new company started its operations according to the initial plan, on October 1st. With a combined estimated global market share of 5.2% and a number six position in the international mobile manufacturers ranking, the new company is aiming to become one of the leading players in mobile products. (based on half year 2005 figures, source: Gartner Dataquest ). more

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Andrew expands Chinese antenna production

Andrew Corporation says that it has increased its manufacturing capabilities and engineering design workforce in suzhou, China, to better support customers with local production of base station antennas for current and next generation wireless networks. Andrew's suzhou manufacturing facility has been expanded by 40%, along with a significant increase to the size of the engineering design team that will increase support for 3G and TD-SCDMA technology deployments in China. more

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China Unicom using Spatial mobile switching center

Spatial Wireless has announced that its Spatial Atrium Distributed Mobile Switching Center (DMSC) product was used as the switching element in China Unicom's GSM1x phase one technology trial. The GSM1x solution enables China Unicom to introduce enhanced CDMA2000 1X services to its GSM subscribers in China. more

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Japanese network expanding into China

Japan's KDDI says that it is to set up two new sales offices in China. KDDI's local subsidiary in China, KDDI Shanghai will establish a sales office in Wuxi City Jiangsu Province, and KDDI China will establish another sales office in Dalian City, Liaoning Province. These new offices, combined with the existing offices of the KDDI group, will enable KDDI to cover 80% of those areas in China that have Japanese companies based in them. more

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China Unicom test CDMA capaibility on GSM network

Qualcomm says that it is planning the world's first GSM1x technology trial with China Unicom. The trial will enable China Unicom's GSM subscribers to access China Unicom's CDMA2000 1X wireless network and could help to accelerate the commercial availability of GSM/CDMA dual-mode handsets. more

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Antenna developer opens Chinese R&D center

The antenna specialists, Andrew Corp. is setting up a research & development center in suzhou, Jiangsu, China. The new center joins the company's global R&D network and will become a hub for researching and developing base station antennas, connector products, accessories, and filters for worldwide wireless communications markets. more

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Mitec picks up three new orders

Canada's Mitec Telecom has received new orders from three major telecommunications network providers. Two of the orders are from new accounts, and include CDMA 800 amplifiers and GSM1800 and GSM1900 RF conditioning equipment. The products are to be used in 2G and 2.5G networks that will be deployed in Asia, North America and Europe. In total, the contracts are worth approximately US$6.4 million. more

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Nokia sets up Chinese research center

Nokia and the Zhejiang Provincial Government of China have signed an agreement to set up a new R&D center to be located in Hangzhou, the capital city of Zhejiang province in China. The center will start operations at the beginning of 2002 and is expected to employ up to 500 people in 3 - 4 years' time, will focus on software development, and will develop platform technologies related to Nokia's 3G mobile networks. The aim is to start cooperation with a local partner in 2003, and the partner company will employ the majority of the personnel. more

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