ZTE wins 50% of China Telecom pilot access network project contract

ZTE has won 50 percent of the contract business for China
Telecom’s 2011 Comprehensive Access Network Pilot Project.


The contract was issued in response to an urgent need by China
Telecom for a comprehensive bearer network in multiple Chinese cities capable
of carrying CDMA base stations and providing large customer services and soft-switching.


As part of the China Telecom network pilot project, ZTE will
build 6 local networks in six core cities: Guangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo,
Shanghai, Quanzhou and Wenzhou. The networks will be built with ZTE’s IP RAN
solutions, which are based on the company’s ZXCTN 9000/6000 series products.
These products are used to implement multi-service bearing with packet kernels.


They also provide high-bandwidth, easy
scalability and are highly reliable. Further, the solutions are capable of
providing customers with mobile backhaul/Metro-E/IP RAN/FMC/Data Center E2E
that reduce network construction and OAM costs and help operators implement
smooth network evolution.


As of the end of June 2011, ZTE-supported bearer networks have
been created in cooperation with 600 operators in 126 countries around the


ZTE started offering its fixed network products to enterprise customers in
Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


company entered into a technology partnership with IT service provider ICT,
based in Germany, who will sell ZTE’s products and solutions for broadband
enhancements to both public and private sector customers. Their collaboration with ICT represents ZTE’s first step
towards establishing an independent sales channel for enterprise solutions in


By Telecomlead.com Team
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