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Huawei helps launch HK's first CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A network

Posted: 10 Jun 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CDMA? Hong Kong CDMA2000? EV-DO network?

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd has been selected by Hong Kong telecom provider PCCW to help deploy its first CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. A Network. The service will allow travelers in the city to roam on PCCW's network and experience seamless CDMA roaming and mobile data services.

Under the terms of agreement, Huawei will provide its fourth generation CDMA base transceiver station (BTS) solution to help PCCW construct a CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A network. Huawei's fourth generation BTS features multi-standard convergence, high integration, All-IP, energy conservation and environmental protection, and fully meets PCCW's business requirement for long-term development as it reduces the operator's operational costs and ensures it can evolve smoothly beyond 3G in the future.

"Operators nowadays are increasingly looking for long-term partners who are able to help them build their future-oriented CDMA networks," said Zhao Ming, VP of wireless product line, Huawei. "Huawei has a great deal of experience in developing CDMA technologies and is committed to providing mobile operators with customized solutions under the concept 'Green, Convergence, Broadband and Evolution'."

As of March 2008, Huawei has won 84 EV-DO commercial contracts and has served CDMA operators such as China Unicom, Leap in North America, Reliance and TATA in India, and Telkom in Indonesia.

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