Motorola Wins China Unicom 3G Contract

Leading W-CDMA solutions and 2G/3G interoperability functions enable operators to accelerate delivery of media mobility experience

April 23, 2009

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BEIJING -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) announced today that the company has won a commercial W-CDMA contract with China United Network Communications Corporation Ltd. (China Unicom), a leading telecom operator in China. The contract marks another significant milestone for Motorola in China’s 3G market, demonstrating Motorola’s global strength and commitment to delivering market leading W-CDMA network solutions.

Under the contract, Motorola will provide China Unicom with W-CDMA radio access network equipment, packet switched core network (PS core), and 2G/3G interoperability functions that will enable a seamless integration of China Unicom’s GSM and W-CDMA networks.

Motorola’s innovative and feature-rich W-CDMA solutions are designed to help operators like China Unicom capitalize on the rapidly growing demands for data and media mobility experiences. The portfolio allows telecom operators to provide high performance data services and a smooth integration of their next generation networks.

"By leveraging Motorola’s expertise in mobile broadband, we are well-positioned to help China Unicom deliver voice, high-speed data and Internet services at home and on the go," said Dr. Mohammad Akhtar, vice president and general manager, Home and Networks Mobility, Motorola China. “This contract reinforces Motorola’s long-term commitment to deliver a high-performing and reliable network that effectively supports China Unicom’s growth plans.”

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)

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