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From the CEO's Desk
Ubidyne and 3rd OEM Partnership
Ubidyne's multi-standard uB900 Antenna Embedded Radio(TM) technology will be integrated with ZTE's SDR (Software Defined Radio) base station platform for trials to begin early next year. This represents another significant milestone for Ubidyne, having now engaged three of the world's top five leading wireless OEM's.
ZTE is a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions. It has the widest and most complete product range in the world - covering virtually every sector of the wireline, wireless, service and terminals markets. The company delivers innovative, custom-made products and services to over 500 operators in more than 140 countries, helping them to achieve continued revenue growth and to shape the future of the world's communications. ZTE commits around 10% of its annual turnover to research and development and takes a leading role in a wide range of international bodies developing emerging telecoms standards. ZTE leads China's 3G industry with about 30% share of the total 3G equipment market in 2008. A company with sound corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, ZTE is a member of the UN Global Compact that strictly adheres to the Ten Principles of the Global Compact in developing and carrying out CSR programs. ZTE is China's only listed telecoms manufacturer, with shares publicly traded on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ). For more information, please visit www.zte.com.cn.
About the uB900 Antenna Embedded Radio
Ubidyne's first product, the uB900, is the realization of the industry's vision of an "invisible basestation site." This first product is specifically targeted at UMTS900 re-farming in markets where mobile network operators are taking advantage of regulator's recent approval to deploy 3G data services in the 900Mhz spectrum. The uB900 reduces energy consumption, enables simple, flexible deployment, and increases the coverage and capacity of mobile communications networks; helping operators reduce CAPEX and OPEX.
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