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Infrastructure awards wrap-up: Nokia Siemens Networks, Redline, Ericsson and more

The following list details this week’s infrastructure awards for the cellular, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX industries. The contracts are broken down by transmission technology, country and vendor. The value of the contract is included when available.
–Canada: Nokia Siemens Networks announced a deal with Telus that calls for the company to provide radio access network and core network technology for the carrier’s next-generation wireless network. The network initially will be based on HSPA technology and will complement the carrier’s existing 3G network.
–India: ZTE has been chosen by Maxis to expand its subsidiary Aircel’s GSM network in India. The deal is valued at $400 million.
–United States: Nex-Tech, a subsidiary of Rural Telephone Service Co., chose Redline Communications Group‘s 3.65 GHz RedMAX solution for a multicity WiMAX rollout in Kansas.
–Bangladesh: Grameenphone and Ericsson signed an agreement that calls for Ericsson to extend the capacity of its all-IP core network.
–Brazil: Aruba Networks and its authorized partner Synergy won a contract with the Brazilian Army School to provide a campus-wide secure wireless network.


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