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ZTE wins most new contracts in China Telecom’s CDMA tender

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Thursday 04 July 13

ZTE Corporation, a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices has been awarded the most new contracts in phase 1 of China Telecom Group’s 2013 CDMA network procurement program, the sixth successive year in which ZTE has been the leading CDMA vendor in the China market. As more consumers access mobile internet services on smartphones…

ZTE Corporation, a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices has been awarded the most new contracts in phase 1 of China Telecom Group’s 2013 CDMA network procurement program, the sixth successive year in which ZTE has been the leading CDMA vendor in the China market.

As more consumers access mobile internet services on smartphones, operators globally face more stringent demands on network capacity and quality. With the 2013 network procurement program, China Telecom is strongly positioned to grasp the new opportunities in CDMA services and meet the increasingly sophisticated needs of subscribers.

“We are fully committed to offering China Telecom the most advanced products and solutions,” said Fan Xiaobing, vice president of ZTE. “ZTE always strives to deliver the best technology, and the most customised services.”

To meet the requirements of China Telecom, ZTE was the first company to launch software defined radio (SDR) based distributed base stations in the China market. SDR technology helps operators migrate from a network architecture based on macro stations in metropolitan areas, to a more distributed architecture that effectively enhances indoor and rural area coverage. With zero equipment room footprint, low power consumption, and convenient installation, SDR technology has earned the trust of China Telecom across all provincial and organisational levels.

In 2012, ZTE launched the new generation radio remote unit R8881, delivering a more compact and lower power consumption solution to China Telecom. In addition, to help China Telecom overcome the issue of 3G signalling storms, ZTE developed a customised solution which resolved the problem of signalling storms caused by online applications.

In addition to products and technical solutions, operation and maintenance (O&M) is also a key factor for operators in their network investment decisions. To meet China Telecom's requirements for lower manpower investment in network planning, network optimisation and O&M, ZTE launched the NetMax network optimisation software which provides network troubleshooting, timely network optimisation prompts, automatic network performance data analysis, and guidance for provincial companies to perform number distribution by extracting and analysing network operating data. NetMax now used by China Telecom at all provincial and organisational levels.

To date, ZTE has shipped more than 355,000 CDMA base stations, with a cumulative wireless capacity of 380 million lines. ZTE is the leading CDMA provider worldwide with 32.6% market share globally.


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