Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), a leading and innovative developer of wireless technologies and advanced data solutions, and Teleepoch, Ltd., a Chinese provider of mobile solutions, announced today that they have entered into a licensing agreement for subscriber units. As part of the licensing agreement, Qualcomm Teleepoch has granted a worldwide patent license for the development, production and sale of CDMA2000 subscriber licenses®. Teleepoch`s royalties are at Qualcomm`s standard prices. “Teleepoch looks forward to the development, manufacture and sale of 3G-Handsset that provide the advanced wireless capabilities that consumers in China and global demand offer today,” said Dr. Chuan Wang, President of Teleepoch. “Through this licensing agreement, Teleepoch will provide high-speed data services and functional applications, while improving energy efficiency and profitability.” “Qualcomm is pleased to license Casio, a leading consumer electronics company, to manufacture and sell 3G subscriber units,” said Marvin Blecker, President of Qualcomm Technology Licensing. “This license allows Casio to offer 3G tools that enable consumers to access high-quality, fast and wireless multimedia applications and services. Casio`s initiative to include WCDMA products in its product line is proof that another manufacturer recognizes the market value of 3G products. “WCDMA is a rapidly growing global standard for the provision of advanced wireless mobile services,” says Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, Director of Business Development. “Qualcomm, a leader in CDMA technologies, continues to promote competition, innovation and technological progress through its extensive licensing program and offering a full range of chipset and software solutions. This licensing agreement will allow us to expand our product offering to a multitude of WCDMA devices that meet 3G market requirements.” “Qualcomm`s business model of inclusion promotes both competitiveness and election and success, as we are united in promoting the success of our partners,” said Marvin Blecker, President of Qualcomm Technology Licensing.