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2006-08-07 Pantech inks $110M deal with KDDI
Pantech Group, one of South Korea's top mobile phone maker, has signed an agreement to supply an elderly-friendly 3G CDMA phone model to Japanese mobile telecommunications service carrier KDDI, in a deal pegged at $110 million.
2006-05-29 Oki, KDDI to deploy mobile solutions for enterprises
Oki Electric Industry and KDDI announced an agreement to collaborate in providing mobile solutions for the enterprise market using E02SA.
2005-07-20 Motorola cdma2000 1X SoftSwitch moves KDDI to IP based network
Motorola Inc. has received orders in the second quarter for its cdma2000 1X SoftSwitch from KDDI, a provider of 3G cellular phone services. The SoftSwitch provided by Motorola will be used as the core switch in KDDI's cdma2000 1X network.
2003-10-08 KDDI, Tokyo FM jointly conduct networking field trials
KDDI and Tokyo FM Broadcasting have agreed to jointly develop a new service integrating programming to be broadcast over digital terrestrial audio networks.
2003-09-11 KDDI to provide Hutchison CAT with GPS technology
KDDI Corp. has announced a contract with Hutchison CAT Wireless Multimedia Ltd. for the construction of a high-precision GPS.
2003-10-17 KDDI to launch new fiber-optics based service
KDDI Corp. announced that it will launch a new service called KDDI Hikari Plus.
2002-08-15 KDDI to feature Samsung network technology
KDDI Inc. has selected Samsung Electronics Corp.'s CDMA2000 1xEV-DO system to provide multimedia information and communication services, for its IMT-2000 service.
2003-08-21 KDDI strengthens telecom support in China
Telecommunications service provider KDDI Corp. has announced the establishment of two new sales offices in China.
2004-07-20 KDDI selects Corrigent for RPR transport network
KDDI, one of Japan's largest carriers, has tapped Corrigent's resilient packet ring (RPR) add-drop multiplexer (ADM) to handle the transport of packet and TDM traffic in its triple-play network.
2007-05-09 KDDI R&D Lab concludes trials on Novera's DWDM tech
KDDI R&D Laboratories has concluded lab testing on Novera Optics' -PON DWDM technology to conduct a feasibility study for use in next-gen transport services.
2008-12-24 KDDI picks LTE for 3.9G mobile comms
KDDI Corp. has chosen LTE for 3.9-generation (3.9G) mobile communication systems for deployment of its next high-speed broadband mobile communication network. As the core network equipment vendor, KDDI selected Hitachi. In this role, Hitachi will work with Nortel Networks as its partner in LTE development.
2003-12-26 KDDI introduces new broadband, VOD service
KDDI announced that it will soon launch Hikari Plus TV, a multi-channel broadcasting and video-on-delivery service.
2003-01-24 KDDI further expands presence in China
KDDI has established a new company in Guangzhou, China.
2003-09-24 KDDI extends roaming service to Taiwan
Japan-based telecom company KDDI and Okinawa Cellular Telephone have launched KDDI's global roaming service in Taiwan.
2004-06-23 KDDI deploys Calient Networks photonic switches
KDDI Corp. has commercially deployed the Calient DiamondWave PXC photonic switch as the core optical switch element in the new R&D Testbed Network JGN II for the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), an incorporated administrative agency in Japan.
2006-09-04 KDDI aims to wrestle some local market share from iPod
KDDI Corp., the second-largest mobile-phone carrier in Japan, is hoping to steal a share of the local mobile-music market with the release of 12 handset models with improved audio player capability.
2004-07-30 Three-member team eye compact fuel cell R&D
KDDI Corp. has announced an agreement with Toshiba Corp. and Hitachi Ltd to cooperate on the R&D of compact fuel batteries used in mobile communication devices, such as mobile telephone handsets.
2007-01-25 Japan seeks higher mobile phone security
A coalition of government, industry and research organizations in Japan has proposed the adoption of a common platform for higher security on mobile-phone networks.
2005-10-04 Fuel-cell handset of the near future
KDDI, Toshiba Corp. and Hitachi Ltd have co-developed prototype mobile phones powered by next-generation fuel cells.
2004-05-19 Digital TV goes mobile in Japan
NTT Docomo Inc. and KDDI Corp. are showing prototype mobile phones capable of receiving terrestrial digital TV broadcasts.
2009-11-23 Trans-Pacific cable arrives in Japan
After laying cable across the Pacific for two months, the cable ship KDDI Pacific Link has brought in the end of the Unity cable.
2011-02-10 Toshiba enters NFC market with UIM card
Toshiba Corp. will start delivery of commercial User Identity Module (UIM) cards with NFC support to Japanese mobile network operator (MNO), KDDI Corp., this February.
2007-09-26 Intel clears way for WiMAX in Japan
Intel is teaming up with telecommunications service provider KDDI in seeking to launch a WiMAX network in Japan.
2010-08-11 Wireless infrastructure expenditures to increase in 2011, as 4G advents
iSuppli cites reversal of downward trend in declining disbursements on capital expenditures for wireless infrastructure equipment coming in 2011. Spending is projected to reach $40.3 B in 2011, up 6.7 percent from that in 2010.
2004-05-14 Vodafone chief urges collaboration beyond 3G
Arun Sarin, CEO of Vodafone, is calling on the mobile phone industry to collaborate on the development of a standard that will take the sector beyond emerging third-generation (3G) technology.
2003-03-06 UTStarcom buys 3Com subsidiary product line
UTStarcom Inc. has acquired the bulk of assets of a 3Com Corp. subsidiary, CommWorks, for $100 million in cash with no assumption of debt.
2014-02-24 Spreadtrum, Mozilla to roll out $25 Firefox smartphone
Spreadtrum integrated its chipsets with reference designs for Mozilla's Firefox OS aims to bring Open Web Devices to the entry-level smartphone market.
2008-07-21 Sony seeks alliance toward standardized UWB tech
Sony has rallied a group of 14 companiesmainly large Japanese consumer electronics firmsaround an ad hoc effort to standardize proprietary UWB technology it first demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
2007-09-25 Softbank to team with Nifty for Japan WiMAX license
Softbank Corp. is in the final stage of talks with access service provider Nifty Corp. and other firms on a plan to set up a joint company to apply for a license for next-generation high-speed wireless communications services.
2008-06-06 Softbank bags iPhone deal in Japan
Softbank Corp. has sealed a deal with Apple Inc. to sell iPhones later this year in Japan, according to an Associated Press report.
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