China's 3G plans have vendors' attention

Kapko, Matt
June 2008
RCR Wireless News;6/2/2008, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement made by the Chinese government that the country is making progress on a years-long plan to issue licenses that will enable carriers to begin deploying third-generation (3G) networks. After years of delays and false starts, the world's largest and fastest-growing cellphone market appears ready to creep ahead on wireless network upgrade plans. With the step toward a 3G future, infrastructure vendors will be vying for every contract they can eke out.


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