ZTE-implemented Bangladesh WiMax network reaches 200,000 subscribers

By Telecom Lead Team: Chinese gear maker ZTE announced
that the WiMax network it implemented in Bangladesh in cooperation with
operator Banglalion has reached 200,000 subscribers.

 

ZTE is the exclusive networking equipment supplier for
Banglalion, and helped the operator complete the implementation of the national
Bangladeshi network in the span of only one year. The network supports TDD-LTE
evolution and uses the telecoms industry’s most advanced large-capacity BTS 4*8
equipment. Banglaion is Bangladesh’s No.1 WiMax operator.

 

We’d
like to thank ZTE for its support as the exclusive supplier for Banglalion’s
WiMax network. Our customers were pleased by the quality of the network,” said
Banglalion CEO Neil Graham.

 

ZTE will continue to collaborate closely with Banglalion
to maintain high-speed and stable networks with rich services for the
Bangladeshi people. Our aim is to help Banglalion maintain its leading position
in WiMax, and to assist it with launching more diverse services such as VoIP,
video surveillance and conferencing,” said ZTE Bangladesh Country Manager Sabin
Shrestha.

 

ZTE has provided WiMax systems equipment in several
high-end markets including Europe, Japan and the United States, and has been
adopted by global-leading WiMax operators such as Clearwire, Telefonica, UQC
and Packet One.

 

As of the end of September 2011, ZTE had deployed 73
WiMax networks in 44 countries across the globe, including Southeast Asia’s
largest commercially operated 2.3G WiMax. As of the end of 2011, ZTE had built
experimental and commercially operated TD-LTE networks in 18 countries in
cooperation with 31 leading global telecoms operators, including seven
large-scale, commercially operated TD-LTE networks.

 

ZTE is spreading its presence in telecom
market Asia. ZTE announced its strategic partnership with Bharat Sanchar Nigam
(BSNL) with the aim of enhancing broadband services in the country.

 

Under the partnership, ZTE will deploy ultra high-speed
ADSL2+ and next-generation VDSL2+ broadband devices across BSNL’s network in 15
circles. This deployment will expand the reach and quality of BSNL’s fixed
network broadband services across the country and address the requirements of
future multimedia broadband services there.

 

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