China Unicom WCDMA Tender Result Revealed

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
January 23, 2009

According to an insider quoted by local Chinese media, the result for China Unicom’s WCDMA tender has been revealed, though the detailed statistics are currently not available.

The insider says that companies that use Huawei’s equipment, including Huawei and Motorola, won the largest share in the tender that covers 30 Chinese provinces. The two companies gain a total share of 30.6%. Companies that use Ericsson’s equipment, including Ericsson, New Postcom and FiberHome, rank second with 26.5% market share. At the same time, ZTE gains 21.5% market share, Nokia Siemens Networks gains 11%, and Alcatel-Lucent ranks at the bottom.

In this tender, Chinese domestic telecommunications makers showed great competitive power, as the three local companies, Huawei, ZTE and Alcatel-Lucent totally gained over 60% market share of the tender.











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