ZTE retains lead in PON CPE and DSL CPE shipments

ZTE Corporation, announced it has been ranked No. 1 for both PON CPE and DSL CPE shipments globally in 2022 by research firm Dell’Oro Group.
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ZTE held 32.8 percent of the Passive Optical Network (PON) Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) and 22.6 percent of the Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) CPE shipments globally in 2022, according to the Dell’Oro 4Q 2022 Broadband Access & Home Networking Report.

ZTE has shipped more than 500 million CPE devices to date worldwide, with shipments to major markets like Spain, Brazil, Indonesia and Egypt exceeding 10 million per country.

ZTE has launched innovative products including the industry’s first 50G PON+Wi-Fi 7 Optical Network Unit (ONU) and the world’s first Wi-Fi 7 10-Gigabit-capable Symmetric Passive Optical Network (XGS-PON) Optical Network Terminal (ONT). The 50G PON+Wi-Fi 7 ONU has completed testing in countries like Thailand, Turkey and Italy, and ZTE’s Wi-Fi 6E ONT, the ZXHN F8648Q, has been deployed on scale in Japan.

The Fiber To The Room (FTTR) solution of ZTE has been deployed in France, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries to provide users with a real-gigabit and full-coverage home connectivity experience. ZTE’s Smart Cloud Platform (SCP), a home network management platform based on Cloud Wi-Fi technology, is also achieving commercial deployments.