Telecom Lead Asia: Shenzhen-based, Chinese telecom
equipment maker ZTE has unveiled the world’s first 400G/1T dense wavelength
division multiplexing (DWDM) multi-application network device prototype.
The company claims that the new device prototype can
carry out seven different network applications depending on a carrier’s requirements.
ZTE is fully prepared to deploy solutions, products and
services for the large-scale commercial global rollout of 100G and ultra-100G,”
said Chen Yufei, general manager of Bearer Network Product Line at ZTE.
The device has a multi-subcarrier orthogonal frequency
division multiplexing 400G/1T solution for ultra-long-haul applications. Also,
it is able to provide equal high bandwidth efficiency, which works with a
comprehensive range of network applications.
The new prototype device has a multi-subcarrier
orthogonal frequency division multiplexing 400G/1T solution for ultra-long-haul
The device is a Nyquist WDM solution for long-haul
applications and the company claims the prototype device is also a 16
quadrature amplitude modulation solution for metro and local applications with
an industry highest bandwidth utilization rate.
In 2010, ZTE launched the industry’s first full-range of
100G bearing solutions that provides 100G products ranging from switches and
routers to WDM OTN equipment and end-to-end solutions from edge layer to core
ZTE’s 100G DWDM/ optical transport network (OTN)
system supports C-band 80-wavelength applications, standard PM-QPSK code
pattern adjustment and coherent detection.
ZTE launches 1.4GHz TD-LTE terminals
Recently, ZTE launched the world’s first range of 1.4GHz
TD-LTE terminals, including modules, USB cards, indoor CPE and outdoor CPE
ZTE has completed a range of 1.4GHz TD-LTE terminal
performance tests in China’s first government-sponsored TD-LTE internet of
things in Beijing.