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GROWTH: Microsoft expects strong Windows Mobile growth in China
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 31.03.08 - 12:13:02 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 11624x
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Microsoft Corp expects that Windows Mobile shipments to China will more than double in the next year amid an expected boom in demand for Web access once the country launches (its propriety) 3G wireless services.
Benjamin Tan, business group Director for China at Microsoft's Mobile Communications Business, told Reuters that about 2 million Windows Mobile devices were shipped to China in the last year, which is - according to Tan - about 10 percent of Microsoft's global total.

"Microsoft's shipments into China has basically doubled. In the next one year we are aiming to more than double our shipments into China," Tan told Reuters in a telephone interview on Monday.

Microsoft's mobile communications business division provides operating systems for smartphones and other mobile devices based on the Windows Mobile platform.

Cheers ~ Arne

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