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QUALCOMM WINS RUSSIAN CONTRACTS

SINGAPORE-Qualcomm Inc. has signed an agreement with Rostov Electrosviaz of Rostov, Russia, to supply $5.8 million in 800 MHz Code Division Multiple Access fixed wireless loop infrastructure equipment and services. Qualcomm’s CDMA system will be deployed in the Russian region of Rostov-on-Don and surrounding cities and provide advanced wireless telecommunications service to more than 20,000 subscribers.

Rostov has agreed to purchase from Qualcomm all CDMA infrastructure equipment and services required for its expanding network during the next five years. The system is scheduled to be deployed immediately, and will be begin providing commercial service by October.

Qualcomm also has opened a new office in Moscow. From the new facility, the company will provide dedicated service to the growing Russian market.

“We’re very excited about the prospect of providing the highest level of personalized service to our present as well as future customers in the Eastern Europe region,” said John Major, president of Qualcomm’s Infrastructure Products Division. “By opening this new office in Moscow, Qualcomm has shown its commitment to the region and to the penetration of its Code Division Multiple Access technology into this ever-growing market.”

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