ZTE bags FDD-LTE network deal from South East Asia Telecom

ZTE today announced its FDD-LTE network deal with South East Asia Telecom (SEATEL) in Cambodia.

The Chinese telecom network vendor will supply 4G solutions and products, including core network evolved packet core (EPC), microwave, power, Internet protocol radio access network (IPRAN), bearer and its online charging system (OCS).
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ZTE will also provide its network coordination products Cloud UniCore and Cloud Radio, helping SEATEL to realize flexible networking, resources sharing, intelligent operations and maintenance (O&M) functions to build a cost-efficient 4G network.
Cloud UniCore-based 4G core network EPC improves the resource utilization ratio to 30 percent by self-adaptive resource scheduling. The intelligent overload control helps to protect network attacks effectively, said ZTE.

ZTE has already bagged more than 185 LTE/EPC commercial contracts as of Q2 2015. This apart, ZTE has presence in 70 percent of countries that have invested in LTE networks.

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