|CDG and TD-SCDMA Forum cooperate to bridge 3G technologies|
Posted: 07-Jul-2005 [Source: CDG]
[CGD and TD-SCDMA Forum sign cooperation agreement focusing on key joint initiatives including developing interoperability and roaming capability between CDMA2000 and TD-SCDMA systems.]
Costa Mesa, CA -- The CDMA Development Group (CDG) announced today that the CDG and the TD-SCDMA Forum have signed a cooperation agreement to develop joint market opportunities for CDMA2000(r) and TD-SCDMA technologies. The two organizations will work together on technical, regulatory and marketing activities.
"The CDG is dedicated to promoting 3G CDMA across the globe," said Perry LaForge, executive director of the CDG. "The cooperation agreement with the TD-SCDMA Forum underscores our commitment to ensuring 3G CDMA's success with seamless connectivity across all CDMA platforms."
"We are looking forward to working with the CDG to deliver advanced wireless communication services that meet the needs of our consumers," said Dr. Wang Jing, Secretary-General, TD-SCDMA Forum. "
"Through our relationship with the CDG, we will be able to combine knowledge and resources to ensure that the momentum in delivering TD-SCDMA services to market continues."
Key joint initiatives for the CDG and TD-SCDMA Forum include developing interoperability and roaming capability between CDMA2000 and TD-SCDMA systems, developing a joint strategy for standards coordination, collaborating on the future evolution of wireless technologies, and promoting regulatory policies that enable rapid development of advanced wireless services.
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