Update: Motorola hires Dr Sanjay Jah away from Qualcomm
The stock rose 11 percent after Motorola said that Jha, Qualcomm’s former operations chief, will become co-chief executive officer with Greg Brown. Jha will run the handset unit, which accounts for 41 percent of revenue and hasn’t had a hit since the best-selling Razr, introduced in 2004.
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Q: After the telecom restructuring in the country is completed, China may have three 3G networks – WCDMA, CDMA2000 and TD-SCDMA. What do you think the competition will be like?
A: I think they bring different capabilities to the table. China Mobile will probably get TD-SCDMA but it’s not clear who will get CDMA2000 and who will get wideband CDMA. All carriers will have the tools to compete effectively and I think the Chinese government has made a very clever decision to enable an equal system for all three technologies to exist so that whichever technology comes out successful, Chinese companies will have experience in all three and can successfully export it. So Chinese consumers, carriers and OEMs stand to gain a lot as 3G is deployed.
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