ZTE, ALU, Huawei and Fujitsu have been awarded a CDMA contract globally worth $1.5bn. ZTE is reportedly given half this contract.
Ericsson will expand Siminn' s WCDMA/HSPA network in Iceland. It is helping StarCell (Cambodia) in combining a GSM base station with satellite-based transmission in a solar-powered site in rural areas. It provided microwave-transmission links to Telcel (Mexico). It signed a 5-year exclusive broadband deal for Saudi Arabia's high-tech flagship, King Abdullah Economic City. And received a contract from Wataniya to deploy the infrastructure of Palestine's second mobile network.
ALU has been selected by Bezeq (Israel) for metro Ethernet and IP-VPN network. It will also provide Tikiphone (French Polynesia) 3G network upgrade to HSPA.
Fujitsu will deploy WDM equipment in Hanoi-based Vietnam Telecom National' s network.
ZTE has secured an order from Emcali (Colombia) for a WiMAX network.
Huawei has provided a CDMA network to Sierra Leone incumbent Sierratel.
Cisco has deployed its first WiMAX network in APAC at Mae Fah Luang University (Thailand).
NSN has been awarded a contract by Mobile Broadband Network (a JV between T-Mobile UK and 3UK) for a network consolidation solution.
Sonus will provide its Network Border Switch (NBS) to Telenet (Belgium).
NEC has been selected by PT Indosat for a mobile backhaul* IP migration project.
AsiaInfo has won a tender with China Telecom, to develop an online charging system in the Heilongjiang province.