ZTE in 4G deal with Wind Telecom for TD-LTE network in Dominican Republic

Chinese telecom equipment vendor ZTE has bagged a 4G contract from Wind Telecom to build the first TD-LTE network in the Dominican Republic.

ZTE, which supports China Mobile, China Mobile Hong Kong, Bharti Airtel and Hi3G in Sweden for their TD-LTE networks, will deploy 4G TD-LTE network in 2.5 – 2.7 GHz spectrum covering major cities and rural areas of Dominican for Wind Telecom.

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The telecom network vendor will supply unified platform EPC and eNodeB solutions, based on ZTE’s Cloud Radio technology. Wind Telecom will achieve savings in capital expenditure, and operation and maintenance costs, and lay solid foundations for future growth, said ZTE.

Jose Clase, chairman of Wind Telecom, said: “This platform will help bridge the digital divide and raise the economic competitiveness of the Dominican Republic by helping to lift the standard of education. The high-speed network connectivity will also deliver an enhanced user experience for consumers.”