XcelMobility in talks with Xinjiang Mobile to target mobile corporate workforce

Telecom Lead Asia: XcelMobility, a developer of web
browsing solutions, announced that Shenzhen LMI, acting as Xcel’s sales agent
in the Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region, has started negotiations with network
operator Xinjiang Mobile.


The company is negotiating to offer Xcel Mobility’s Mach
5 Xcelerator technology to a key market segment of highly mobile, high
bandwidth consuming corporate sector clients.


“The interest by Xinjiang Mobile is another big endorsement
of the capabilities and benefits our products bring cellular carriers, and the
news is spreading throughout Asia. Our discussions are quite advanced and we
hope to have a formal agreement in place within the next 10 to 14 days,” said
Ryan Ge, Xcel CEO.


Initial roll-out plans are focused on the Xinjiang Uyghur
autonomous region of northwestern China.


The company said that discussions have concentrated on
proposals for the regional deployment of XcelMobility sales and support
personnel in order to introduce Xinjiang Mobile’s corporate clientele to the
Mach 5 technology as a means to simultaneously improve internet connectivity
and decrease bandwidth usage.


Xinjiang Mobile is the Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous
region’s largest cellular carrier. Discussions call for a proposed initial
product test run of at least 100,000 USB mobility devices to provide rapid
penetration and an opportunity to deploy marketing efforts as quickly as
commercially practicable.


XcelMobility Completes First Phase of Major Order for ZTE Corp.
20,000 Mach 5 Enabled USB Modems Manufactured in First Run


Recently, XcelMobility completed first phase of major
order for supplying USB modems to ZTE, a top telecom equipment maker.


As per its licensing agreement with ZTE Corporation, the
first 20,000 high speed USB modems have been manufactured and readied for
shipment to China Unicom retail locations across China.


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