Chinese Cellular Communications

Translation of cellular concerns of its production in China has led to a stunning development of cellular communications in the country. Already at the end of the last century, Motorola has brought together the most powerful in China in the Asian region conveyor to produce cellular communicators. In Later, she moved algorithm other companies such as Siemens, Ericsson, Fly, and others. True, plenty of international companies has become the cause of sluggish progress of local brands. As a result, the first true Chinese mobile cdma phone was manufactured in China only in 1998. This defines for the local business achievement was made possible thanks to research engineers institute telecommunications industry. Nevertheless, even after vendors from China, yielded the world's leading companies.

By 1999, the local cellular market functioned only six fully independent companies. Realizing the prospects of the availability of cellular networks in the region with the huge population, foreign companies are actively investing in the production of mobile devices. Actively deployed and factories for the production of mobile phones. In consequence of this, for the period from 1998 to 2000, outlandish companies have invested more than $ 11 billion to increase the production of mobile gadgets in China. Of course, the lion's share of goods such factories, has been directed to export, but domestic market is not suffering from a shortage of suggestions from by global vendors. An additional factor that activate the development of mobile industry, it was China's accession to the wto in 2001. To counter the revitalization of the 20 Chinese companies alien makers of mobile devices even joined in an alliance China Mobile Communications Association. The objective of this association is the concentration of capabilities in the organization of research and development, as well as finding the best answers to questions voznnikayuschih transportation and sales of finished products.

This formation has been successful in a number of points. In 2004, the share of cell phones in China in the domestic market in total amounted to no more than 9 percent. But by 2007 this had risen to 45%. Trying to reduce costs, many Chinese companies, particularly those located far from the first position, using dubious methods. Some of them even discredit the Chinese enterprises as creators of original mobile solutions. It is known that in other areas (MP3-players, watches, digital technology), small factories in China do not mind to imitate the look of famous brands. A further decrease in costs due to the use as cheap plastic casing. This approach leads to the use of a majority of manufacturers available from the platforms, for example, Taiwan's MediTek. A woefully illiterate translation of the interface of mobile devices completes picturesque description.