Huawei Technologies has signed with Hong Kong's PCCW to help the company deploy its first CDMA 2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. A network.

Zhao Ming, vice president in charge of Huawei's Wireless Products, says that they are very pleased that PCCW will choose Huawei's fourth generation Base Transceiver Station product in deploying the CDMA network.

Chinese media reported that by March 2008, Huawei had won a number of 84 EV-DO commercial contracts and had signed cooperation agreement with world's leading CDMA operators including China Unicom, Leap Wireless, Reliance, TATA and Telkom.

Nowadays, more and more operators are seeking long term partnership to assist them in establishing a future CDMA network. With abundant experience in CDMA and customized solutions developed under the four technology development guidelines of "Green, Convergence, Broadband and Evolution", Huawei may be the very party to help the mobile operators realize their goals.

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