New Joint Venture To Tackle Chinese 3G
Jan 21, 2003, 9:54 AM by (staff)
Datang Mobile, Royal Philips Electronics, and Samsung Electronics today announced the formation of a joint venture, named T3G. T3G will design and license core TD-SCDMA chipsets and reference designs for mobile terminals and end-user equipment. The company aims to provide a complete solution to speed up the production of the first commercial dual-mode TD-SCDMA/GSM handsets, likely to be available in 2004.
from Datang, Royal Philips, Samsung
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