Motorola Realizes Vee TIME Corp.’s Quadruple Play Vision.
Motorola, Inc. today announced that Vee TIME Corp., a quadruple play service provider in Taiwan, has launched commercial mobile broadband services based on Motorola’s WiMAX technology. The new high-speed wireless service, combined with existing television, voice and Internet services, will strengthen Vee TIME Corp.’s leadership position in the telecom market and help Vee TIME Corp. realize its digital convergence vision to bring an unprecedented media mobility experience to users in Taiwan.
Vee TIME Corp. acquired a WiMAX license to provide mobile broadband services based on the new technology in Taiwan and launched commercial WiMAX services in Taichung City, Taichung County and Kinmen County in the first phase of network development. The operator plans to expand and upgrade the network at a later stage.
Vee TIME Corp. awarded its first WiMAX turnkey contract to Motorola in the second half of 2009. In a few months, Motorola has designed, supplied and deployed the largest WiMAX network in southern Taiwan for the operator. The Motorola services team has worked closely with Vee TIME Corp. to deliver a world-class, fast-to-market WiMAX network. The fully operational and optimized network was ready for Vee TIME Corp. to provide commercial services in the second quarter of 2010.
"With the new high-speed mobile service, Vee TIME Corp. has become the leading quadruple play service operator in Taiwan, enabling us to provide not only high quality communication services, but also innovative digital media offerings across different platforms," Vee TIME Corp said "Motorola’s state-of-the-art WiMAX solutions and professional services team ensured a high quality and quick deployment of the advanced network. Its expertise and experience in other WiMAX projects around the globe were invaluable. With this deployment, Motorola has helped us better fulfill customer demands and create innovative solutions for our subscribers."
"We are excited to implement a world-class WiMAX network to help realize Vee TIME Corp.’s digital media convergence vision. The consumption of rich media mobile content is increasing, and consumers and business users are adopting a new mobile lifestyle. The new WiMAX services supported by Motorola’s technology and services team will provide Vee TIME Corp. with a competitive edge in this emerging, fast growing market," said Dr. Mohammad Akhtar, corporate vice president and general manager, Motorola Networks business in Asia Pacific.
Motorola has deployed WiMAX networks for three of the six operators who have acquired WiMAX licenses in Taiwan, demonstrating its leadership in 4G technologies as well as its services capabilities.
WiMAX has proven to be a key all-IP mobile broadband access technology and is driving the success of operators worldwide with a diverse range of business models. Motorola’s WiMAX solution enables service providers to provide high-speed communications to customers whether they are at home, in the office or on the move, and gives them opportunities to blend their traditional lines of business and position themselves to deliver full suites of voice, video and data wirelessly to fixed, portable and mobile users. For more information about Motorola’s WiMAX solutions, please visit www.motorola.com/wimax.
Motorola’s Networks business delivers fully integrated and customizable media solutions enabling operators to deliver personalized, rich media experiences to subscribers. As a global wireless infrastructure leader, Motorola is committed to 4G with WiMAX and LTE solutions that provide a way for operators to profitably meet the ever-growing demand for mobile broadband today while giving 2G and 3G customers a future path as the company continues to support operator’s legacy networks. Motorola brings its services, fourth-generation orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) platform and 25 years of wireless data systems innovation, experience and expertise to bear as operators – wireline, wireless, cable and telco – seek to evolve their networks for the future.