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April 27, 2007


Srini K

I have been involved at the technical level in an IMS project at my company. I can assure you that your statement "what appears to be deployed today is pre-IMS" does not apply to ALL claimed IMS deployments - especially the one that I have worked on. So there are exceptions to your statement today.


Srini, Thank you! I don't suppose there is any hint you could give about where this is? And/or what 3GPP release (5, 6 or 7) they are deploying??

Srini K

Aspects from Rel 5&6. I couldn't find a better link - The following is pretty dated - http://www.wateen.com/site_files/news.aspx?newsid=4


Srini: Very interesting! A Motorola WiMAX system being deployed in Pakistan. I remember reading about this contract award in 2006 but I haven't heard anything since. This press release: http://www.motorola.com/mediacenter/news/detail.jsp?globalObjectId=7730_7659_23 implies they've deployed the network in Pakistan, but I can't decipher from the Wateen or Warid websites how the network is being used.

Five years ago, Motorola used Nortel mobile switches when they sold iDEN radio networks. In 2003, they acquired Winphoria Networks, a startup with a packet-based mobile softswitch focused on push-to-talk, but there's been little news since.

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