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Samsung Electronics to export W-CDMA in Taiwan

Posted: 13 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cdma? hardware? wideband cdma?

Samsung Electronics has closed a supply contract with Taiwan's 3G mobile communications operator Vibo. Samsung Electronics claims to be South Korea's first corporation to export system hardware for wideband CDMA, a 3G mobile communications technology platform.

Samsung Electronics will supply W-CDMA systems to Vibo, which is scheduled to launch commercial service at the end of this year. Samsung Electronics' W-CDMA system for Vibotel applies HSDPA, allowing easy migration when Vibotel starts HSDPA service.

Samsung Electronics' debut in the W-CDMA system market serves as an opportunity for them to advance into other overseas markets and achieve a balanced development of the conventional and 3G CDMA businesses.

Early this year, Vibo decided to launch W-CDMA service in the 2.1GHz band and has been preparing for launch ever since.

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