Ericsson introduces HSPA platform for mass market

Ericsson introduced the U335 WCDMA mobile platform designed to enable handset providers to create mass-market HSPA multimedia devices capable of offering services such as mobile TV, mobile video blogging and other services that require both high uplink and downlink data speeds.

Unlike Ericsson's previously announced HSPA platforms, which have focused primarily on PC-card products and high-end feature phones, the U335 is the first platform that enables affordable HSPA devices for all segments of the market. the platform supports mobile TV standards MBMS, DVB-H and Unicast and includes imaging, video and music capabilities.

To read more about Ericsson's HSPA platform:
- check out this release

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