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December 27, 2011

Alcatel-Lucent supports APT to expand delivery of high-speed 3G services

APT extends its existing list of fixed and mobile services to deliver data services

By CBR Staff Writer

Alcatel-Lucent helps fixed, mobile and Internet service provider Asia Pacific Telecom to expand its delivery of high-speed 3G services and meet customers’ growing demand for video, Internet and data services on-the-move.

Under this agreement, Alcatel-Lucent is delivering its 3G mobile broadband offering, which is based on CDMA EV-DO technology and its proprietary IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) technology.

Alcatel-Lucent will also deploy its full services expertise in the delivery and integration of third party equipment and APT will extend its existing comprehensive list of fixed and mobile services to deliver data services, including the latest multimedia applications, to business and residential customers.

Under the agreement, Alcatel-Lucent will replace equipment previously supplied to APT by other vendors and in addition, it continues to evolve its network to offer higher speeds and variety of services.

APT will be able to utilise Alcatel-Lucent’s lightRadio portfolio to further expand and differentiate its service offers.

Asia Pacific Telecom chairman Sophia Chiu said APT is committed to ‘Making Better Changes’ for its customers and working with Alcatel-Lucent it will be able to do this, offering APT’s customers fixed and mobile broadband services to enrich their business and social lives.

Alcatel-Lucent Asia-Pacific region president Rajeev Singh-Molares said Alcatel-Lucent is excited now to be able to help transform its wireless offer, leveraging our leading 3G CDMA and LTE offerings and its IMS portfolio.

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"This will allow APT to satisfy customers’ needs today while evolving the company’s network to provide even more enhanced mobile data services and choices for its customers in the future. APT will also be able to leverage our innovative lightRadio portfolio in the future, allowing them to further grow their network and market position," said Rajeev.

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