Huawei to rollout Japan's first IP-based HSDPA network

18 Aug 2006
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Japanese mobile operator eMobile has tapped Huawei Technologies as a key 3G equipment supplier for the roll out of eMobile's new UMTS and HSDPA network.
In a statement, Huawei said it will deploy Japan's first-ever all IP-based HSDPA radio access network initially in several larger metropolitan areas such as Sendai and Sapporo, and support the roll out of eMobile's nationwide UMTS/HSDPA network.
"The Japanese market is the most demanding in the world in terms of product quality and poses extremely rigorous requirements on the comprehensive capabilities of vendors," Ren Zhengfei, CEO of Huawei, said.
Huawei however did not disclose financial details of the deal.
One of the key innovations that Huawei is introducing as part of its all-IP radio access network is the UMTS new generation Node B, which incorporates high efficiency digital power amplifier supporting multi-carrier technology, full-performance HSDPA and all-IP transmission solution, Huawei said.

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