Thursday, June 10

3 G "BREW"s up in India

BREW : QualcommN. Suresh in Reports :
The 4th BREW developer conference at San Diego witnessed the launch of new age applications from Tata Teleservices using Qualcomm technology.

" It is yet another milestone," announced Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs, launching the 4th BREW developer conference. BREW is Qualcomm’s software platform which allows a host of new functionalities to be built into mobile handsets using its patented CDMA (code division multiple access technologies). Tata’s launch heralds the arrival of 3G (third generation) telecom services and India became the 21st country to offer such high-end services using the CDMA platform.

The BREW-based services will enable mobile customers to use the BREW phone to wirelessly download games, ring tones, communication, e-mail and business-focused application, virtually anytime, or anywhere. "Our customers demand cost-efficient, high-speed wireless Internet experience and the advanced voice and data services enabled by the BREW solution all us to easily exceed these expectations," said Amit Bose, president of telecom, Tata Teleservices, in a press release issued by Qualcomm.

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