ZTE sets up global experts resource hub in India

ZTE announced that it has established ZTE India as the company’s global experts resource hub. The company aims to have 2,000 employees at the center in two years.

As the global resource hub, ZTE India will serve as a key technical resource provider for ZTE’s operations and subsidiaries in other countries as the company continues to scale up its global growth. To date, 200 ZTE India employees have been deployed to company projects in Africa, Europe, Hungary, Turkey and the UAE.

We are delighted to name ZTE India as our global expert resource hub,” said, Jie Li, director of Human Resources, ZTE. With its vast pool of skilled talent and resources and excellent language skills, India is the instinctive choice.”

ZTE India’s employees will have the opportunity to work with and lead global teams on various innovative projects and expand their expertise in the latest technological developments in the telecommunications arena.

The India hub will address the unique requirements of the Indian market and will assist ZTE employees with building knowledge of new technologies as they are adopted worldwide. The center will be staffed with technical experts in the fields of LTE, broadband, next-generation network, managed services and IT application solutions for enterprise and telecoms service providers to meet global demand for ZTE products.

The setting up of the experts hub happens at a time when ZTE posts  a 12.4decrease in profits in the first half of 2011. The profit has fallen to  RMB 768.5 million ($119.7 million). The decrease in profit is due to its market share expansion strategy, a change in product structure and pending software VAT refund subsidies.

ZTE’s operating revenue increased 21.6 per cent to RMB 37.35 billion, with revenues from international markets increasing by 36.4 per cent year on year to RMB 20.81 billion, accounting for 55.7 percent of overall operating revenue.

ZTE  commits 10 percent of its revenue to research and development and takes a leading role in a wide range of international bodies developing emerging telecoms standards.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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