Motorola, Huawei create UMTS venture

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BEIJING: Motorola Inc. and Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd

have announced a new collaboration to bring an enhanced and extensive portfolio

of Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) and High Speed Packet

Access (HSPA) infrastructure equipment to customers worldwide.

By combining its expertise in UMTS, the two companies will meet the needs of
mobile operators today and in the future.

One of the keys to this UMTS venture is the creation of a joint research and
development center in Shanghai, China, where employees from both companies will

work on development of the architecture and portfolio of products and services.

This feature rich portfolio will offer mobile operators worldwide a compelling
choice of UMTS solutions, including one of the broadest ranges of radio access,

circuit and packet core products and HSPA over a wide range of new frequency


Motorola will contribute to the collaboration its services expertise in network
design, deployment and integration as well as providing value added services

such as network performance, network security, network management and Operation

Support Systems (OSS). Motorola's services portfolio will provide operators with

the tailored services offerings they need to address the markets it serve. To

this collaboration, Huawei will also contribute its dramatically increasing

expertise in technology innovation, research and development.

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