updated 1/11/2011 12:17:08 PM ET 2011-01-11T17:17:08


WHAT: Following this morning's announcement of a CDMA iPhone, the CDMA
  Development Group (CDG) is making its executives available for 
  comment and to provide factual information about CDMA2000(R). The 
  CDG can address questions about the CDMA2000 technology 
  roadmap, interoperability with other wireless technologies including 
  LTE and the potential addressable market for the CDMA iPhone.
  The iOS becomes yet another operating system utilizing the mobile 
  broadband capabilities of 3G CDMA mobile broadband networks, 
  joining other notables including Android, Blackberry, Brew OS, Java 
  ME, Palm OS and Windows Mobile. The CDMA iPhone joins 2,455 
  handsets, tablets, modems, routers and other devices that have been 
  commercially launched on CDMA2000 networks since 1995, including 
  33 Android and 16 Blackberry devices.
  CDMA2000 is a widely-deployed 3G technology, with 315 operators in 
  120 countries and territories serving more than 550 million CDMA 
  users worldwide. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO is a widely-deployed 3G CDMA 
  (IMT-2000) solution offering mobile broadband to over 147 million 
  people across a wide range of devices. 
WHO: The CDMA Development Group is a global trade association formed to 
  foster the advancement of CDMA and other complementary wireless 
  solutions. Its members, including many of the world's leading service 
  providers and equipment manufacturers, collaborate on standards 
  evolution, education, advocacy, regulatory affairs, roaming and device 
FOR MORE  For more information, please contact Brad Shewmake at +1-858-735-
INFORMATION: 8748 or media@cdg.org.

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