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Qualcomm Unveils Finalists for Fifth Annual 3G A-List Awards


Global Enterprises, Public Agencies and Nonprofit Organizations Honored for Creative Implementation of Efficient Mobile Broadband Solution.

SAN DIEGO .— Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), a leading developer and innovator of advanced wireless technologies and mobile data solutions, today unveiled its finalists for the 3G A-List™ Awards 2007. Now in its fifth year, the 3G A-List Awards have become the industry’s preeminent recognition program honoring organizations that have implemented innovative and successful enterprise wireless data solutions based on 3G CDMA standards (CDMA2000®/EV-DO and WCDMA/HSPA). From a diverse roster of nominations that included enterprises, public agencies and nonprofit organizations from around the world, 23 finalists were selected based on their significant gains in operational efficiency using 3G CDMA. The 3G A-List Award winners will be announced at a private reception in San Francisco on October 23, during CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2007.

Hosted by Qualcomm, the 3G A-List Awards program honors outstanding wireless implementations that demonstrate innovation, creativity, overall positive business impact and how the winning organization exceeded business objectives by introducing higher return on investment, reducing operating expenses or increasing customer satisfaction. This year’s 3G A-List Awards feature new categories that recognize outstanding wireless implementations within numerous vertical markets.

The 2007 3G A-List Awards finalists include:

Benefit to Society:
Guatemalan Ministry of Education

DBAC, Inc.
Western Nevada Supply Company

Momentum Technologies Group

China International Trust and Investment Company

Korean National Emergency Management Agency

InTouch Health
Philips Medical Systems

Home Security:
Brinks Home Security

American Family Insurance
Chubb Insurance

Law Enforcement:
City of Raleigh Police Department
St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office

International Truck and Engine
Mazda North American Operations

Media General
Reactrix Systems

Belgian Red Cross


Armstrong Repair
Domino’s Pizza

Bradstreet Motor Group
Roadhouse Coach

“The growth and evolution of 3G CDMA technology have brought about new business applications that many thought unimaginable just a few years ago,” said William F. Davidson, senior vice president, global marketing and investor relations for Qualcomm. “The 2007 finalists, representing companies and organizations from around the world, have demonstrated exceptional enhancements to their daily operations using creative 3G implementations. Qualcomm is pleased to commend these enterprises for their innovative spirit and to celebrate their outstanding results.”

Last year, Qualcomm presented 12 organizations with awards for their successful deployment of 3G CDMA-based mobile enterprise solutions. More information about the 2006 3G A-List Awards honorees and their solutions can be found at:


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