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Infrastructure awards wrap-up: Nortel, Alvarion, Aruba 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.
–China: China Telecom has chosen Nortel Networks to be a vendor in the evolution of the carrier’s CDMA network in seven provinces.
–Tunisa: Tunisiana chose Nokia Siemens Networks to modernize the carrier’s GPRS network.
–France: Alvarion announced it has extended its frame agreement with French WiMAX operator Altitude to include expanding coverage to the regions of Deux Sevres and Jura.
–United States: Zing, a next-generation wireless service provider in Detroit, has chosen Aperto Networks to provide its PacketMAX solution for a multistate WiMAX network. The network eventually is expected to cover Michigan, Washington, Colorado, Florida and Tennessee.
–Taiwan: Aruba Networks said Taichung Veterans General Hospital has chosen it to supply a wireless medical network. The hospital has 1,515 beds, employs 2,918 doctors and staff, and serves 5,000 patients daily.


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