Countdown: Top 5 vendors for CDMA and WCDMA in Q1

The following lists are derived from research provided by Dell'Oro Group. They count down the top five vendors for CDMA equipment and WCDMA equipment according to market share in the first quarter of this year.

These lists comprise information gleaned from SEC filings, interviews, earnings calls, vendor surveys, Wall Street analysis and other data sources. For WCDMA, equipment sales include node B, radio network controllers and mobile switching centers. For CDMA, equipment sales include base transceiver stations, base station controllers and mobile switching centers.

Click here for the top five CDMA vendors in the first quarter, ranked by market share. According to Dell'Oro Group, the CDMA market generated $1.5 billion in the first quarter--a year-on-year decline of 20 percent.

Click here for the top five WCDMA vendors in the first quarter, ranked by market share. According to Dell'Oro Group, the WCDMA market generated $3.2 billion in the first quarter--a year-on-year growth of 42 percent.

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