Nokia secures deal to expand Taiwan Mobile 3G network

Nokia has expanded its exclusive framework contract for a W-CDMA 3G network with Taiwan Mobile, according to a Nordic Business report.


The report said the new agreement extended the existing deal to also cover the supply of Nokia's HSDPA solution and new Flexi W-CDMA base stations.


Nokia would provide a circuit core network expansion, expand Taiwan Mobile's radio network with 3,000 base stations, and upgrade the network software with HSDPA, the report said.


No financial details were disclosed.

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