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Infrastructure Awards

Following are mobile infrastructure contracts announced in March:

Ireland With Meteor for a core GPRS solution.

Value: Undisclosed

United States With First Cellular of Southern Illinois for MMS Proxy Relay, WAP Gateway and Push Proxy Platform products.

Value: Undisclosed

United States With MetroPCS for MMS equipment.

Value: Undisclosed

Ericsson

Ireland With Meteor for core infrastructure and radio infrastructure for Meteor’s GSM network.

Value: $400 million

Malaysia With DiGi Telecommunications for an EDGE upgrade in the Klang Valley, including Kuala Lumpur.

Value: Undisclosed

Switzerland With Swisscom Mobile for an EDGE upgrade to the carrier’s GSM network.

Value: $79 million

Huawei

Algeria With Algerie Telecom for a CDMA2000 1x wireless local loop network.

Value: Undisclosed

Ethiopia With Ethiopian Telecommunications for a CDMA2000 1x wireless local loop network.

Value: $10 million

Lucent

China With Shandong Netcom for a PHS system covering four cities.

Value: $130 million

Germany With O2 Germany for 3G UMTS PC card modems.

Value: Undisclosed

Germany With T-Mobile Germany for UMTS PC card modems.

Value: Undisclosed

Germany With E-Plus for UMTS PC card modems.

Value: Undisclosed

Russia With Delta Telecom to increase capacity of Delta’s CDMA2000 1x network.

Value: Undisclosed

Spain With Telefonica Moviles Espana for network management software.

Value: Undisclosed

United States With Verizon Wireless for 1x EV-DO equipment.

Value: $525 million

Uzbekistan With Uzbek Telecom for a CDMA2000 1x wireless local loop solution.

Value: Undisclosed

Motorola

United States With Nextel to extend a supply agreement that had expired.

Value: Undisclosed

Nokia

China With Nanjing Metro Corp. for a TETRA system.

Value: Undisclosed

China With Guangdong Mobile Communications for a WAP gateway solution.

Value: Undisclosed

Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden With TeliaSonera for a GSM/GPRS/EDGE network upgrade.

Value: Undisclosed

Israel With Cellcom for a Push-to-talk over Cellular network solution.

Value: Undisclosed

Nortel

Czech Republic With Eurotel Praha for a CDMA2000 1x EV-DO network operating in the 450 MHz band.

Value: Undisclosed

Latvia With Telekom Baltija for a CDMA2000 1x network.

Value: Undisclosed

United States With Alaska Communications System for a CDMA2000 1x EV-DO network.

Value: Undisclosed

United States With Verizon Wireless for 1x EV-DO equipment.

Value: $167 million

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