Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Marvell TD-SCDMA single-chip solution adopted by ZTE for smartphones and tablet

Marvell has announced that the four new TD-SCDMA devices by ZTE, including two smartphones, a mobile tablet and a mobile hot spot device, all feature its TD-SCDMA single chip solutions designed to deliver high performance processing, dynamic multimedia for mobile TV, live video, 3D gaming and many exciting new mobile applications.

The ZTE Blade U880, one of the company's flagship smartphones, Light Tab T9, a 7-inch tablet and A6, a mobile hot spot device customized for TD-SCDMA networks, are powered by the Marvell PXA920, Marvell said. In addition, the sub-CNY1,000 (US$154.70) U802 smartphone is equipped with Marvell's PXA918.

"The ZTE launch is the latest validation of our long-standing strategy to make TD-SCDMA a world-class standard for very affordable smart devices," said Weili Dai, Marvell's co-founder, in a statement. "These exciting new products from ZTE demonstrate the performance advantages and versatility of Marvell's TD-SCDMA solutions and point to a growing momentum for the TD standard in China."

"ZTE aims to ship 12 million units this year, a goal that will make us one of the top three global tablet providers, one of the top five global providers of Android smartphones and the largest provider of smart devices in China," said He Shiyou, executive VP of ZTE, in the same statement.

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