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M1 Selects Huawei to Build its Mobile Network in Singapore PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 May 2008 

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. ("Huawei"), a leader in providing next-generation telecommunication networks for operators around the world, has announced that it has be chosen by Mobile One (M1) to deploy all the operator's ALL IP GSM, 3G, HSPA (High-speed Packet Access) and LTE systems over the next five years.

Singapore's Mobile One (M1), one of the most innovative mobile and wireless broadband operators in the region, selected Huawei to support the future expansion and upgrade of the company's 3G and HSPA network that include both the CORE and UTRAN whole network spans. Under the terms of the contract, Huawei has been given the task of implementing an end-to-end ALL IP network to meet M1's future requirements.

Neil Montefiore, M1's Chief Executive Officer, said: "We have in Huawei a partner that is in the forefront of current and new technologies and with a robust commitment to research and development. Their capabilities will greatly support and complement our efforts to plan ahead to deliver mobile and other services that will meet the future needs of our customers."

"Huawei is proud to be a partner of M1 which is one of the most innovative mobile and wireless broadband operators in this region," added Jeff Liu, president, Huawei, South Pacific. "The latest 4th Generation multi-platform ALL IP solution and advanced Packet Core solution that Huawei is going to deploy for M1 will deliver high speeds and better quality of experience to M1 customers and enhance M1's competitive advantage. We are confident of providing M1 with a superior network that showcases the technology of the future, today."

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