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January 22, 2005

Canadian-Chinese 3G Alliance

The Canadian telecommunications company, Nortel Networks, is forming an alliance with the Beijing-based China Putian Corporation to develop and product third generation (3G) mobile phone technology.


According to China View, the new company, to be called Putian-Nortel Networks Telecommunications Equipment Co., will focus on TD-SCDMA and WCDMA, which are both third generation communications standards for mobile telecommunication.

This alliance marks the first step for these two companies to try to bring Chinese 3G technology to the international market.

Posted by Quentin Johnson at 08:20 AM in Alliances | Permalink


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