China Netcom, China Telecom, and China Mobile are all ON2's Customers.
China Overtakes U.S. in iOS, Android Activations [STUDY]
by Todd Wasserman
When it comes to smartphone activations, the U.S. is no longer the biggest player out there.
Researcher Flurry is reporting that sometime in February, activations for iOS and Android devices in China overtook the U.S. The switch shows some amazing momentum for China if you consider that in January 2011, the U.S. accounted for 28% of the world’s total iOS and Android activations. China claimed just 8% at the time. In March, Flurry projects that China will account for 24% of such activations vs. 21% for the U.S.
China Mobile says total subscribers rose to 661.4 million in Feb
Reuters – Mon, Mar 19, 2012
China's largest mobile carrier, said on Tuesday that its total mobile subscribers increased to 661.4 million in February, including 56.59 million 3G subscribers.
China mobile subscriber total rises to 833.1 mln in Nov
Reuters - Tuesday, December 21, 2010
.HONG KONG, Dec 20 - China Mobile , China's largest mobile carrier, said its total mobile subscribers in November rose to 579.6 million, including 18.8 million 3G subscribers.
China Unicom , the country's No. 2 mobile carrier, said its total mobile subscribers increased to 165.5 million for the month, including about 12.8 million 3G subscribers.
China Telecom said its total mobile subscribers rose to 88 million in November
Marvell and China Mobile are ON2 Clients/Partners/customers:
Marvell Affirms Significant Progress in TD-SCDMA Mobile Phone Chipset at Mobile World Congress 2010
Posted on: Monday, 15 February 2010,
In addition to OPhones, Marvell recently announced new breakthrough developments in cellular silicon technology with the new Pantheon(TM) communication processors which enable development of sleeker, high performance smartphones with HD-quality, live instant video, voice, data and 3D graphics for gaming and other popular mobile applications for consumers.
"Marvell is proud to have been an early technology partner to China Mobile on the development of the OPhone smartphone and we are delighted to see the rapid and broad adoption of China's TD-SCDMA standard," said Ms. Weili Dai, Marvell's Co-founder and Vice President and General Manager of Marvell Semiconductor's Consumer and Computing Business Unit. "The OPhone delivers what consumers today want most: instant access to live content; rich media and video; and compelling 3D experiences - all at affordable price points. The collaboration with China Mobile affirms our commitment to drive the smartphone for mass market adoption and to deliver the 'always-on lifestyle' to consumers around the world."
China home to 747.38 mln mobile service subscribers in 2009
by Hua Jinglei
by Hua Jinglei
Shanghai. January 22 INTERFAX-CHINA - The number of mobile service subscribers in China increased by 106.14 million in 2009, pushing the country's total to 747.38 million, while fixed-line subscribers dropped by 26.67 million between January and December to 313.69 million, according to figures released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Jan. 22.
Chinese mobile phone users sent and received 771.3 billion text messages in 2009, an increase of 10.2 percent from 2008.
By the end of December, China was home to 103.23 million broadband Internet users, with 20.35 million new broadband users added since the end of 2008.
The telecom industry generated total revenues of RMB 2.57 trillion ($376.83 billion) in 2009, up 14.4 percent year-on-year.
The tables below detail the number of telecom service subscribers in China, the major business indicators of the country's telecom industry and a provincial breakdown of fixed-line telephone and mobile phone subscribers as of Dec. 31, 2009.
By Mark Lee
March 10, 2010,
China Mobile is valued at $193 billion as of today, compared with $151 billion for AT&T Inc., the world’s second- largest phone company. China Telecom Corp., the next-biggest Chinese carrier is valued at $36.6 billion. Pudong Bank is worth $26.8 billion.