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Siemens to Use Motorola Platform for UMTS Phones

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Apr 15, 2002, 10:58 AM   by (staff)

Siemens IC Mobile and Motorola today announced a collaboration on the development of Siemens mainstream UMTS terminals using Motorola's i.300 Innovative Convergence™ 3G platform, a comprehensive silicon-to-software, integrated UMTS solution. The first UMTS terminals based on the i.300 platform are expected to be available in early 2004. In order to prepare Siemens' customers for a seamless adoption of this new technology at earliest availability, Motorola's Personal Communications Sector will provide Siemens with its first 3G terminals, specifically customized for Siemens, from fourth quarter 2002 and into 2003. The first device that Siemens intends to bring to market in 2002 will be based on the Motorola's A820.


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