ZTE and Marvell announce TD-SCDMA devices in China

Marvell announced the launch of four new TD-SCDMA (Time
Division Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access) smart devices by ZTE,
including two smartphones, a mobile tablet and a mobile hot spot device.


All four devices are customized for China Mobile’s 3G
TD-SCDMA market, and feature Marvell’s industry-first TD-SCDMA single chip
solution and the most advanced mobile 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with
beam-forming capability.


“The ZTE launch is the latest validation of our
long-standing strategy to make TD-SCDMA a world-class standard for very
affordable smart devices and ZTE’s products deliver everything and more that
consumers want from their smartphones, tablets and mobile hot spot devices
today. We’re gratified by our role in making the TD-SCDMA vision a
reality,” said Weili Dai, co-founder, Marvell.


These exciting new products from ZTE demonstrate the
performance advantages and versatility of Marvell’s TD-SCDMA
solutions and point to a growing momentum for the TD standard in China.


I’m very proud that our China based engineering team
delivered this world-class industry-first single chip solution designed to
deliver high performance processing, dynamic multimedia for mobile TV, live
video, 3D gaming and many exciting new mobile applications. We look forward to
announcing more customer products in the near future leveraging this innovative
technology that is rapidly gaining market share in China,” Dai added.


The ongoing collaboration between Marvell and ZTE,
delivers highly cost-effective smart devices to Chinese end users that are
tailor-made for China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA standard 
Marvell and ZTE have also worked together to develop
end-to-end TD-HSPA+.


In the future, the two companies intend to further
cooperate to develop creative mobile phone solutions and emerging mobile
Internet applications. In recent years, the two companies have also
collaborated on a passive optical network (PON), network switches, WLAN and


“2011 is the year of ZTE’s smart devices. ZTE aims
to ship 12 million units this year, a goal that will make us one of the top
three global tablet providers, one of the top five global providers of Android
smart phones and the largest provider of smart devices in China. As one of our
most important partners in the TD-SCDMA market, ZTE entrusts Marvell to meet
and exceed the performance demands that our innovative, jointly-produced TD
smart devices rely on,” said He Shiyou, executive vice president of ZTE
Corporation and president of ZTE Mobile Terminal Business.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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