UTStarcom Personal Communications Launches PC5750: Its Fastest Mobile Broadband Connection Card
LAS VEGAS and HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Jan. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- UTStarcom
Personal Communications, a division of UTStarcom, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI),
announced today exclusive U.S. distribution of the PC5750 Mobile Broadband
Connection Card -- the fastest and largest-memory-capacity PCMICIA card the
company offers. The announcement was made at the International Consumer
Electronics Show (CES) where the PC5750 is currently being exhibited at
UTStarcom's booth (# 30306 South Hall 3).
PC5750 Maximizes Data Speed Performance: 30 Percent Faster Speeds, Eight Times the Memory Capacity of Previous Models
The successor to UTStarcom's hugely popular PC5740, the PC5750 is a
dual-band (800/1900 MHz) CDMA2000 1xEV-DO wireless Type II PC card that is
designed to allow on-the-go laptop users to make secure wireless connections
through their wireless carriers. Outfitted with high-speed EV-DO Revision A
technology, the PC5750 is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows
XP. Mobile computer users can surf the Internet, download data or send and
receive e-mails with large attachments at speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps -- 30
percent faster than previously capable. The PC5750 also has a memory capacity
of 64 MB Flash / 32 MB RAM that is eight times greater than that of earlier
UTStarcom mobile connectivity cards.
In addition to the high-speed advantages offered by the PC5750, the card
employs a CDMA wireless technology authentication and identification security
system, designed to help assure the integrity of mobile computing functions
and data. The Mobile Identification Number (MIN) and Electronic Serial Number
(ESN), together with CDMA spread technology, are designed to make it virtually
impossible for unauthorized users to capture and decipher information.
'The PC5750 card is an ideal wireless solution for the mobile
professional. The days of hunting for a Wi-Fi signal to connect to the
Internet are over,' said
Communications. 'With the PC5750, you can establish a secure wireless
connection wherever you find a regular wireless signal -- be it at home, in
the office or on the go.'
The PC5750 measures (h) 4.6' x (w) 2.1' x (d) 0.2', weighs only 1.8
ounces, and fits into standard PCMCIA slots found on laptop computers, making
mobile computing more convenient and efficient. The PC5750 is a wireless
broadband card which is designed to enable laptop users in
get wireless Internet connection anywhere at anytime (carrier dependent).
About UTStarcom Personal Communications
UTStarcom Personal Communications is changing the way the world
communicates through innovative wireless devices that deliver advanced
communications solutions to improve personal lifestyles.
UTStarcom Personal Communications provides wireless communications devices
including handsets, PocketPCs and wireless broadband modems to carriers
throughout North and
UTStarcom, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI), and by third-party original equipment
manufacturers. UTStarcom Personal Communications Division is based in
Hauppauge, New York, and maintains offices and support facilities throughout
This release includes forward-looking statements, including the foregoing
statements regarding the anticipated ability of the PC5750 to allow secure
wireless connection through existing wireless carriers, the anticipated memory
and speed of the PC5750, the expectations regarding the features,
functionality, security features, size and design of the PC5750, and the
expectations regarding the benefits to the users of the PC5750. These
statements are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and
uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially. These risk
factors include rapidly changing technology, the changing nature of global
telecommunications markets, the termination of contracts and/or strategic
relationships, the direction and results of future research and development
efforts, evolving product and applications standards, reduction or delays in
system deployments, product transitions, potential non-realization of backlog,
changes in demand for and acceptance of the Company's products, general
adverse economic conditions, and trends and uncertainties such as changes in
government regulation and licensing requirements. The Company also refers
readers to the risk factors identified in its latest Annual Report on Form
10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K, as filed
with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SOURCE UTStarcom, Inc.