Mobile contracts - 09/03/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Nortel and Motorola have received an unexpected order from BSNL (India) for 5m mobile lines, equally split between the two vendors.

Ericsson has been selected by E-Plus (Germany) to expand and upgrade its 3G network. Vodafone Australia has selected it as the primary hardware and software vendor to support its HSPA deployment in 2008.

Motorola scored a $335m order from Zain (S. Arabia) to deploy and manage a 3G network.

Option NV has been chosen by ASUS (Taiwan) to provide its GTM 378 embedded module as PC connectivity.

Nokia has launched exclusive handsets with Vodafone and T-Mobile. It will also upgrade E-Plus (Germany) 3G radio network. It has signed a “strategic partnership agreement” with China’s largest distributor, China Postel, for up to $2bn in mobile handsets this year.

Huawei won China Unicom' s CDMA network expansion and upgrade, and a $20m GSM contract with BPL (India).

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