The multifunctional service, with data and video transmission capabilities of up to 144 kbps and average download speeds ranging from 60-80 kbps on Reliance Communications' high-speed network, is targeted at the enterprise segment, the Alameda, Calif.-based company said.
"The Indian CDMA carriers are technologically advanced and have a lot of options on these data devices," said UTStarcom, which provides IP-based networking solutions and services. "As of today, UTStarcom has a stronghold in North America and is gaining traction with key global carriers by offering unique designs such as the PPC 6700."
Shares of UTStarcom were up 14 cents, or 1.50%, to $9.51 Thursday.
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