NSN ends TDD alliance with Huawei

Not surprisingly, Nokia Siemens Networks has ended its TDD technology cooperation with Chinese vendor Huawei. The two jointly own TD Tech, a TD-SCDMA technology joint venture established by Siemens Communications and Huawei in 2005.

With the acquisition of Motorola (NYSE:MOT), which has been focusing heavily on TD-LTE, it appears NSN can afford to go it alone in the TDD space.

NSN recently inaugurated a TD-LTE Open Lab at its Chinese Hangzhou facility, and kicked off a nationwide TD-LTE road show in China. China Mobile is keen on a nationwide TD-LTE deployment

For more:
- see this Marbridge Daily article
- read this Cellular-News article

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