Awards - 17/11/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Tellabs is providing Claro with its 8600 managed Edge platform. It is joining the list of BT' s preferred system suppliers for its 21CN next-generation network.

Nokia provides ATT with its 6650 smartphone,

Nortel has been chosen by China Telecom to upgrade its CDMA network in seven provinces. It is teaming with Verizon Business to deliver managed tele-presence services.

LG-Nortel quadruples SK Broadband capacity by using its 40G systems.

Alvarion has been selected by Altitude (France) to extend its frame agreement for WiMAX coverage in two regions.

Datang/ ALU/ FiberHome won about 40% of China TD-SCDMA tender; ZTE won about 30% and Huawei/NSN won about 26%. The contract is worth $4.4bn and includes around 23,000 base stations in about 28 cities.

Ericsson has signed a deal with BH Telecom (Bosnia-Herzegovina) for deploying a 3G network, while BH Telecom has not yet be granted a 3G license.

Juniper Networks is providing managed security services (MSS) solution to SingTel, and M and T-Series routers to Numericable (MSO in France).

ALU has been selected by Telefonica as sole supplier for multi-service voice, video and fax mailbox solution in Spain.

Qualcomm won the market for mobile phone platform for Taiwanese OEMs (replacing Ericsson).

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