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November 2, 2010

Spreadtrum unveils Single Chip Quad-SIM Standby offering

Users can now switch from different GSM SIM cards

By CBR Staff Writer

Spreadtrum, a fabless semiconductor provider in China with 2G and 3G wireless communications technologies, has unveiled its Quad-SIM in single chip offering, SC6600L6, which allows up to four GSM SIM cards running simultaneously in a single mobile handset with only one set of baseband and RF.

The company said the new offering enables users to switch among different GSM SIM cards, as well as integrating a processor engine and controller for supporting quadruple SIM cards to improve graphic user interface for Quad-SIM.

The product supports different multi-SIM options, including dual SIM, triple SIM, and Quad-SIM in a single set of baseband and RF chip, and provides choices to handset designers to meet the needs of its users from different regions.

Spreadtrum president and CEO Leo Li said the Quad-SIM offers unparalleled flexibility for multiple-operator-market and business users who need to keep in constant connection.

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