Huawei wins deal for Mobily UMTS

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By  Published  September 8, 2006

Saudi Arabian company Mobily has awarded a contract for the construction of a UMTS network to Huawei Technologies.

Huawei will supply its New Generation Node B solution to facilitate plans for Mobily, which is owned by UAE’s Etisalat, to deploy a UMTS terrestrial radio access network.

This is not the first collaboration between the two firms: Huawei already works with Mobily in the field of 3G and in deploying GSM networks.

“Huawei is pleased to be the major supplier for Mobily’s 3G network and deploy a high-quality network with strong performance,” said Wang Jiading, vice president for Huawei’s Middle East and North Africa (MENA) operations. Huawei’s UMTS New Generation Node B is already deployed in countries around the world including Spain and Malaysia.

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