The CDMA Development Group (CDG) (www.cdg.org) today announced that CDMA2000 (1X) has continued to expand globally with Brazil's Telesp Celular announcement to offer commercial 3G services by 4Q 2001.
During a recent news conference held at the Telexpo Conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Telesp Celular announced Brazil's first-ever market trail of a CDMA2000 (1X) system. With nearly 5 million subscribers, Telesp Celular intends to deliver 3G services to its subscribers in the metropolitan areas of Brazil in its first stage of deployment.
With services already offered in Korea, CDMA2000 (1X) remains the world's first and only wireless standard to enable the delivery of commercial 3G services today.
According to Perry LaForge, executive director for the CDG: "Telesp Celular's decision to use CDMA2000 (1X) for its 3G service delivery places the operator at the forefront in bringing advanced services to wireless consumers in Brazil. The CDG applauds their commitment to providing quality next generation services, and looks forward to continuing to work with the region's carrier community to further map out CDMA growth."
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