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Qualcomm, UCT enter router, modem card licence agreement

Posted: 15 Jun 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Qualcomm Inc.  United Computer & Telecommunications  OFDM/OFDMA  subscriber unit  router 

Qualcomm Inc., a developer of CDMA2000, WCDMA and other wireless technologies, and United Computer & Telecommunications (UCT), has announced that they have entered into an OFDM/OFDMA subscriber unit, router and modem card licence agreement.

Under the terms of the royalty-bearing agreement, Qualcomm has granted UCT a patent licence to develop, manufacture and sell OFDM/OFDMA subscriber units, routers and modem cards. UCT intends to operate its OFDM/OFDMA subscriber unit, router and modem card businesses through AnyDATA, a sublicenced subsidiary of UCT.

UCT also has signed a design transfer agreement for FLASH-OFDM (F-OFDM). Under the terms of the agreement, Qualcomm will provide design and engineering support to accelerate AnyDATA's supply of F-OFDM devices to network operators worldwide.

"Qualcomm welcomes AnyDATA as the second licencee of our OFDM/OFDMA patent portfolio and as a supplier of FLASH-OFDM modem cards designed by Qualcomm Flarion Technologies," said Michael Hartogs, vice president of licensing business and division counsel, Qualcomm Technology Licensing.

"AnyDATA looks forward to extending its current offering to include OFDM/OFDMA and FLASH-OFDM products to fulfil the needs of our customers and partners around the world," said Soon B. Shin, CEO of AnyDATA. "This licence agreement will enable us to supply our customers with value-added wireless solutions and help expand their applications capabilities."

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