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I got this from the QCOM board:

US, Japan Firms To Adopt Qualcomm's HDR System - Nikkei
Saturday, February 26, 2000 11:48 AM

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WASHINGTON (Nikkei)--Sixteen Japanese, U.S., European and South Koran firms have agreed to standardize technology allowing ultra high-speed Internet access by cellular phones, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported in its Sunday edition, citing sources close to the deal.

The companies include Toshiba Corp. (J.TOS, news, msgs or 6502), Sony Corp. (J.SNY, news, msgs or 6758) and Lucent Technologies Inc. (LU, news, msgs) of the U.S. The technology in question is the HDR high-speed data transfer system developed by Qualcomm Inc. of the U.S.

I'd sure like to read more, and from some domestic news sources.


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