Samsung rings up wireless deals in Middle East, China

Samsung has announced two international deals, including a $100 million WiMAX contract with the Saudi Arabian mobile-phone group Etihad Etisalat, in what industry observers say may spur the largest wireless broadband network in the Middle East. Also, Samsung tightened its bonds with ST-Ericsson and its Chinese T3G unit, with the handset maker's selling its TD-HSDPA/EDGE device for ST-Ericsson's T7210 platform.

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