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October 23, 2007

WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference starts for M-Taiwan and WiMAX applications

WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference starts for M-Taiwan and WiMAX applications

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

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With WiMAX Forum Member Conference and professional exposition and seminars in Taiwan, the “2007 WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference”, supervised by Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C. Taiwan and Science & Technology Advisory Group of Executive Yuan of R.O.C. Taiwan, organized by Industrial Technology Research Institute, WiMAX Forum, Taipei Computer Association, and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association, started on October 22 & 23 at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) and Grand Hyatt Taipei.

This 2-in-1 activity invited not only governmental and industry people sharing the experiences with some applications of WiMAX infrastructure but also hardware companies to expand opportunity between Taiwan and global WiMAX players. On the conference, organizers also invited conference participants joining General Assembly Keynote focused on the development and supply chains of WiMAX infrastructure at WiMAX Forum Member Conference today.

In the showcase area, 76 companies exhibited WiMAX systems, components, applications, testings, and certifications. Organizers also set M-Taiwan and WiMAX Forum Members pavilions with different solutions and topics. On the other hand, Far Eastone Telecommunications Inc., and Tatung Co., Ltd. rented tour buses for the mobile WiMAX tour, and China Television Co., Ltd. set eSNG car in front of TICC main entrance.

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October 22, 2007

MOEA Taiwan signs MOUs with 5 global WiMAX companies to connect with networking industry world-wide

MOEA Taiwan signs MOUs with 5 global WiMAX companies to connect with networking industry world-wide

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Monday, October 22, 2007

2007 WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference
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  • 23 October 2007: WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference starts for M-Taiwan and WiMAX applications
  • 22 October 2007: MOEA Taiwan signs MOUs with 5 global WiMAX companies to connect with networking industry world-wide
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VIPs at Press Conference for the Memorandum of Understanding Signing between MOEA Taiwan and Global WiMAX Companies.

At the 1st day of WiMAX Forum Taipei Showcase & Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs of R.O.C. Taiwan (MOEA Taiwan) not only set M-Taiwan Pavilion supervised by Industrial Development Bureau of MOEA Taiwan, but also signed MOUs with five world-class WiMAX companies to enhance the advance of networking industry in Taiwan especially in WiMAX environment.

In the contract-signing ceremony, MOEA Taiwan chose Alcatel-Lucent, Motorola Inc., Nokia-Siemens, Starent Networks, and Sprint-Nextel to sign MOUs with different technologies such as interoperability testing (IOT) to help companies in Taiwan with testing and purchasing WiMAX networking devices and develop solutions with high prime costs to expand the opportunity in global marketing.

“Governments and networking industry in Taiwan is still promoting on M-Taiwan project, the investment with WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan is the 2nd highest in the world, we estimate that by 2012, the production value of WiMAX will break NT$140 billion. With the MOUs signing, the industry development of WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan will be improved rapidly with product testing and lots ways of applications to ensure the prime position in the global WiMAX chain.” Steve Ruey-long Chen (Minister of Economic Affairs of Taiwan) remarked at the Ceremony.

According to MOEA Taiwan, this MOUs signing is the 2nd time after signing with world-class companies like Intel, NEC, Nortel, and Rohde & Schwarz Technology. With this MOUs signing, it will improve the networking industry and WiMAX infrastructure in Taiwan.

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