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UTStarcom Intros AWS

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HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. and LAS VEGAS -- Always at the forefront of wireless technology, UTStarcom Personal Communications, a division of UTStarcom Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI), today introduced its ground-breaking line of products that support Advanced Wireless Spectrum Services (AWS). The line includes the CDM7126, a compact, clamshell-style wireless device targeted to the entry-level market sector and the first UTStarcom AWS handset available to consumers; the CDM7176 Bluetooth(R)-enabled camera phone with flash; and the lightweight, versatile UM100 wireless USB modem.

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All products in the new line, which operate on the tri-band, CDMA 800/1900 and AWS bands, are on display at UTStarcom Personal Communications' booth #1106 at CTIA Wireless 2008, April 1-3 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"UTStarcom Personal Communications has been a long-time industry leader in wireless innovation and this is another example of how we are transforming the world of wireless communications," said Philip Christopher, president of UTStarcom Personal Communications. "We are one of the first manufacturers to offer AWS devices to carriers in North America. And we will continue to produce and distribute innovative devices that support the development of faster and more reliable wireless networks."

UTStarcom Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI)

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