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Latin America's First UMTS Network is Constructed by Huawei PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 September 2006

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. ("Huawei"), a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, today announced that Huawei was selected to construct Latin America's first UMTS network by Administracin Nacional de Telecomunicaciones ("ANTEL"), the leading telecom operator in Uruguay.

This network is known as the first UMTS network in Latin America, this once again consolidate Huawei's global leading position in UMTS and HSDPA infrastructure. After one year of testing, ANTEL purchases the UMTS equipments from Huawei. Huawei provides the HSDPA-based end-to-end UMTS solution for ANTEL.

Huawei's end-to-end UMTS is a tailor-made solution for wireless networks. It enables not only high-quality wireless service provision but also additional value-added service, by comprising HSDPA-based series NodeB, compatible mobile Softswitch core network for GSM/GPRS/3GPP R99/3GPP R4, open intelligent network and mobile data platform, uniform network management solution and operating support system. Based on its self-designed ASIC chip, HUAWEI will provide a full-performance HSDPA solution, whose data rate can peak 14.4 Mbps in downlink.

As a global leading UMTS/HSDPA supplier, Huawei has secured 31 UMTS/HSDPA commercial contracts to date, and established partnership with global leading operators including Vodafone, Telefnica, Deutsche Telekom AG, Orange, Etisalat, KPN, etc. Huawei's leading and innovative mobile Softswitch and new generation Node Bs serve many operators around the world and Huawei has accumulated abundant experience through the deployment of large-scale networks. Focusing on the requirements of customers, Huawei provides innovative and customer-oriented solutions to enhance long-term value and potential growth for customers.

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