Huawei Wins in Turkey

Huawei announces that it has been chosen by Avea as the solution partner in its efforts to upgrade its 3G infrastructure

April 9, 2009

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SHENZHEN, China -- Huawei Technologies ("Huawei"), a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, today announced that it has been selected by Avea, one of the largest GSM operators in Turkey, as the solution partner in its efforts to upgrade its current 3G network and to deliver 3G based services in central Anatolia and the Mediterranean regions. It is expected that the third generation GSM technology will be available to Turkish customers this year.

Avea is making a huge investment in offering the fastest and most competitive 3G service to its customers, with infrastructure based on the latest 3G technology. This infrastructure will have a flexible design, to ensure capability for future upgrade.

“Huawei is one of the leading global 3G service and solution providers” said Tang Qi Bing, director, Huawei Turkey. “We create groundbreaking 3G products and solutions in our R&D labs all over the world to boost our customers’ competitiveness. Our engineers implement 3G infrastructures which gain advantage over the competition and take a considerable share of the market. Our main goal is to offer solutions and technologies to our customers that will help and inspire them to fulfill their greatest potential. We are delighted and honoured to be chosen by Avea, a mobile communication service provider with a proven track record.

“Our contract with Huawei, will include investments in 3G technical systems, 3G management and audit systems, 3G spare part management, 3G training and professional support, in central Anatolia and the Mediterranean regions”, said Cüneyt Göktan, CEO, Avea. “Along with the launch of 3G service in Turkey in 2009, Avea will significantly impact the industry with both its well established infrastructure and innovative services and solutions.”

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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