China All Access signs pact with ZTE for R&D

Telecom Lead Asia: China All Access (Holdings), a
provider of integrated information communication application solutions and
application services, has signed an agreement with ZTE.

China All Access will work with ZTE on R&D,
operations, system integration and service in private and co-operate
communication networks.

The cooperation framework agreement is expected to bring
synergies in wireless communication technology product, application service and
networking and system development.

The agreement will cover a range of sectors, from mobile
communication, multimedia digital trunking communication, smart city projects,
to public emergency response and command systems.

Complementarities between the two parties are geared
towards providing technologically advanced solutions, safe and reliable network
support and proactive services, all as an essential component of the
development of China’s national information network.

The cooperation covers project-based cooperation, joint
program development through an TD-LTE Innovation Laboratory to be created
jointly in Beijing, coordinated marketing and executive management plan, joint
project applications and capital market cooperation.

CAA-ZTE’s new power alliance is poised to play a more
pivotal role in China’s next urban governance revolution, especially in the
aspect of rescue and emergency system development.

Chan Yuen Ming, chairman of CAA, said that the
cooperation will achieve mutual benefit. Through information collaboration,
joint construction of communication innovation laboratory, and joint
development of enterprise solutions, CAA will be able to achieve effective
integration and upgrading of core integrated solutions.

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