Creative goes to court over WiMAX broadband project



/ 7 years ago

The Singapore based company Creative, best known for audio products, is suing the Chinese company Huawei for their failure to honour the WiMAX broadband project for which they were paid by Creative to do. Creative’s subsidiary company QMax Communications paid Huawei $9.3 million to undertake a WiMAX infrastructure project in Singapore. Creative’s Q2 FY’12 financial statement, released earlier this month, stated “QMax has suspended the wireless broadband project as the vendor for the equipment has failed to deliver on the key network performance requirements set out in the relevant supply contract.”

Source: VR-Zone


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