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Cisco shows off 3G interface cards at CTIA

Cisco showed off its third-generation CDMA and GSM HWIC based Wireless WAN interface cards at the CTIA. These cards plug into the Cisco 1841, 2800, and 3800 ISR integrated services routers for backup connectivity or for primary connectivity in mobile or remote locations that lack wired Internet access.

March 29, 2007 by

Reflections: Ou Shian Waei, Lenovo

"Mobile professionals are demanding access anywhere and anytime, and 3G WAN will enable mobile computers to be more easily connected to the Web wirelessly." -- Ou Shian Waei, regional managing director, Lenovo ASEAN/South Asia

January 3, 2006

Chinese communications market to generate $68 bln in 2005

China's communications market (including mobile phone, cellular base station and wireless local area network/wide area network (WLAN/WAN) equipment) is set to be worth more than $68 bln in 2005, up 27% from 2004, according to Global Sources. China will need $59 bln worth of integrated circuits (ICs) in 2005 to meet strong demand from communications equipment makers.

March 15, 2005 by

Chinese communications market to generate $68 bln in 2005

China's communications market (including mobile phone, cellular base station and wireless local area network/wide area network (WLAN/WAN) equipment) is set to be worth more than $68 bln in 2005, up 27% from 2004, according to Global Sources. China will need $59 bln worth of integrated circuits (ICs) in 2005 to meet strong demand from communications equipment makers.

March 15, 2005 by

Symbol adds wireless WAN to PDAs

Symbol Technologies Inc. announced plans Tuesday to integrate wireless wide area network (WAN) capabilities into its line of mobile computing devices, which include the Palm OS-based SPT 1700, the Pocket PC-based PPT 2700 and the Windows CE-based PDT 7500.

October 2, 2000 by

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