Posts Tagged ‘Nokia Siemens Networks’

Huawei Announces Legal Truce With Motorola

U.S.-based Motorola Solutions Inc. has entered into an agreement with China’s Huawei Technologies Company Ltd. to settle all pending litigation between the two parties pending the satisfaction of certain conditions. “We regret that these disputes have occurred between our two companies. Motorola Solutions values the long-standing relationship we have had with Huawei. After reviewing the […]


China Unicom WCDMA Tender Result Revealed

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.


China Unicom Pushes WCDMA Tender For Commercial Launch On May 17

According to an insider from China Unicom, the company has required its branches in major Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, to finish construction of WCDMA networks before April 17, 2009, and then to start a one-month internal operation and system test to make preparations for the official launch of the commercial use of […]


Huawei Sales Up 46% In 2008

Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies increased its sales by 46% year-on-year to USD23.3 billion in 2008.


China Mobile Releases TD-SCDMA Tender Results

China Mobile (CHL) has released the results for its second round TD-SCDMA tender, and Chinese manufacturer Datang is the largest winner with ZTE, Huawei and Nokia Siemens Networks also gaining significant chunks of the deal.


China Mobile Plans Third-round Deployment Of TD-SCDMA

Although the final result for its second-round TD-SCDMA tender has not come out yet, China Mobile (CHL) has now started its planning for the third-round TD-SCDMA deployment and the company will reportedly set up TD-SCDMA networks in 162 Chinese cities.


Nokia Siemens Networks Gains CNY5.5 Billion Contract From China Mobile

Nokia Siemens Networks has announced that the company has signed a network expansion agreement with China Mobile to expand the mobile telephone network of China Mobile.