SPOTLIGHT: Nokia inks 3G network deal with U.S. Army

Nokia has inked a deal to build a 3G network for the U.S. Army so that the military can evaluate potential applications for 3G wireless technologies for defense purposes. Nokia will supply the WCDMA/HSDPA equipment and services at one of the Army's research and development centers.  Article

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