China Telecom deploys ZTE’s Core Router despite supply chain issues

ZTE has deployed the Core Router (CR) single servers and clusters, implemented service cutover and activated the devices for China Telecom in Jinzhou, Liaoning province and Ganzhou, Jiangxi province despite the difficulties in transportation, supplies and personnel dispatching brought by the coronavirus outbreak.
ZTE ZXR10 T8000ZTE said its devices have maintained the efficient and stable running of the entire network, offering guarantee to the large-traffic communication services with booming users.

ZTE set up the delivery team immediately to guarantee the delivery of the devices. Though the coronavirus outbreak brought impacts to logistics delivery, ZTE has coordinated various resources in cooperation with China Telecom while keeping the staff safe, completing the deployment and provisioning ahead of time.

ZTE has employed its flagship core router product ZXR10 T8000. ZTE has won the largest shares in both the single server and cluster sections in China Mobile’s procurement for core routers and switches in 2019.

ZTE said its ZXR10 T8000 core router has been operating stably for 10 years in domestic core router scenarios, and entered the core egress nodes at the national cloud base of China Telecom in 2019.

ZTE has deployed the ZXR10 T8000 core router in 19 provinces in China and widely applied in overseas markets, including Ethiopia, Indonesia and Malaysia. China Telecom will deploy the ZXR10 T8000 core router in Guangdong, Guangxi, Jiangxi, Liaoning and Hubei provinces.