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KDDI orders CDMA 1X Motorola system expansion
Posted: 15-Mar-2005 [Source: Motorola]

[Motorola to deploy its CDMA2000 1X RAN system for Japan's KDDI.]

New Orleans, Tokyo -- Motorola, Inc. announced today that it has received a US$150 million expansion order to deploy its CDMA2000 1X Radio Access Network (RAN) system for KDDI, the leading carrier for 3G cellular phone service in Japan. The Motorola RAN system is scheduled for deployment beginning in fiscal 2006, primarily for services in the 2 GHz band, where KDDI has already begun to roll out services. The order represents the first stage in a broader plan for Motorola to provide equipment and services for KDDI's continued deployment of CDMA2000 1X.

In April 2002, KDDI began nation-wide deployment of CDMA2000 1X, a 3G cellular service, on Motorola's cdmaOne network. Since then, Motorola has played a vital role in KDDI's wireless mobile area, as KDDI's sole vendor of CDMA2000 1X RAN systems.


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