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3G wireless center set up in India
Posted: 06-Apr-2001 [Source: EE Times]

[Company to invest $15 million in the center and employ about 200 engineers by end of the current year.]

by K.C. Krishnadas, Bangalore, India -- "UbiNetics, the British wireless communications developer, said it is establishing a development center in Bangalore, India, that will focus on third-generation (3G) wireless products.

"The Melbourn, England, company said it plans to invest about $15 million in the center, which will employ 200 engineers by the end of the year. The center will focus on wireless products based on the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) specification, General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Universal Mobile Telecommunications Systems (UMTS).

"Company officials said the center should complete a full UMTS single-mode protocol stack by the end of the year. Next, it will work on development of a GSM/GPRS access layer and a multimode stack that will handle all three protocols.

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