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|January 09, 2003
Motorola Wireless Innovations In Shanghai
In an event steeped in symbolism celebrating 75 years of Motorola's technological innovation, 20 years since the company introduced the world's first commercial mobile phone, and its ongoing market-share leadership in China - the world's largest mobile handset market - Motorola unveiled its first 2003 additions to the Motorola Personal Communications Sector's mobile experience portfolio of handsets, applications and accessories. "Our new handsets build on the tremendous successes of our 2002 int...
|September 26, 2002
Nokia Introduces The World's First Handset For WCDMA And GSM Networks
Nokia has announced the world's first 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project) compliant mobile phone operating both in the GSM 900/1800 frequencies and on the WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) protocol. One of the benefits of the WCDMA radio interface in the Nokia 6650 phone is it allows running more than one data session simultaneously. This makes it possible, for example, to capture and share what the user sees whilst talking on the phone. The dual-mode functionality makes the...
|September 10, 2002
Nokia Announces A New Imaging Phone For The Global Marketplace
Nokia has unveiled a new product, the Nokia 3650 to its imaging phone category at the Nokia Totally Board event in Marseille, France and at an Asia Pacific launch event held in Singapore. With an integrated high- resolution camera, camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging* (MMS) functionality, the Nokia 3650 introduces richer visual communication worldwide. The Nokia 3650 is a tri-band mobile phone operating on 5 continents wherever GSM 900/1800/1900 networks are available. Shipments ar...
|March 20, 2002
Wire One's Glowpoint Network Expands To Asia
Wire One Technologies, Inc., a provider of video communications solutions, has added a new Glowpoint point of presence (POP) in Tokyo, Japan, to further expand its international IP (Internet Protocol) videoconferencing reach. The company now has 13 POPs located throughout the United States and overseas. The new POP will bring Glowpoint videoconferencing service to Japan and host multiple gateways, providing Glowpoint customers with low-cost, seamless access to ISDN-based systems in Japan and oth...
|March 14, 2002
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|March 13, 2002
The Nokia 6310i Operates On Five Continents
Nokia has introduced a new product in its classic phone category. The Nokia 6310i is a tri-band mobile phone operating on 5 continents wherever GSM 900/1800/1900 networks are available, providing mobile Internet access via WAP over GPRS, fast data connections over HSCSD, and enhanced connectivity with integrated Bluetooth technology. The Nokia 6310i also enables downloading of personal Java(TM) applications. The shipments are expected to begin globally in the second quarter, 2002. "Mobile phones...
|March 13, 2002
The Nokia 9210i Communicator
|March 13, 2002
The Nokia 3510 Brings GPRS And Polyphonic Sounds
Nokia has introduced the Nokia 3510, its first expression category phone with GPRS, polyphonic (MIDI) sounds and Value Added Services (VAS) over Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) capability. VAS over MMS brings new dimensions to personal communications with the possibility to receive rich value added services like screen savers and polyphonic ring tones. Shipments are expected to begin in the second quarter, 2002 in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. "We believe that the Nokia 3510 will have wide...
|October 15, 2001
From Stone Age To Phone Age - Mobile Technology Behavioral Study
From Beijing to Birmingham, Chicago to Shanghai, mobile technology has made a radical difference in the way society works and plays, according to a major new behavioral study, On the Mobile, commissioned by industry leader, Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT). From men showing off their cell phones in public as symbols of status or even virility, to teenagers competing with each other for the coolest new technology, there is no denying that cell phones have permanently changed the way people interact. ...
|October 02, 2001
Motorola Wins China Mobile's GPRS Expansion Deal
Motorola, the world-leading provider of General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) end-to-end solutions, has announced the signing of a contract with China Mobile Communications Corporation (China Mobile) to expand China Mobile's GPRS network. Motorola was chosen as one of the suppliers to China Mobile's GPRS network last year. The financial details of the contract were not disclosed. The contract calls for the implementation of the Motorola Global Telecom Solution Sector's (GTSS)/Cisco Systems, Inc...
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