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ZTE launches 100G carrier network platform

Chinese vendor ZTE has launched an end-to-end 100G carrier network solution, designed to help operators cater for HD video services and cloud computing services, which have led to a massive spike in network traffic. The ZXWM M920 and ZXONE 8000 offer 80-wave, 100G ultra-wide system capacity, enabling a smooth upgrade from 10G to 100G.

CSL demos Dual Cell LTE/HSPA+ network

4G evolution continues to gain traction with Hong Kong operator CSL demonstrating its progress in the deployment of what it claims is the world’s first Dual Cell HSPA+/LTE network.

Telenor takes LTE to Hungary

The Hungarian subsidiary of European carrier Telenor has tapped Chinese equipment vendor ZTE to build a 4G LTE network supporting multi mode and multi band services.

ZTE, NSN win European LTE deals

Nordic carrier TeliaSonera continued to spearhead the adoption of LTE, with an announcement on Monday that the company’s Uzbekistan subsidiary, UCell, has constructed a 4G network.

Turk Telekom upgrades fixed network

Turkey’s incumbent fixed line carrier and Europe’s fifth largest operator has tapped Chinese equipment vendor ZTE for what it claims is the world’s largest ever fixed network replacement contract.

TD-LTE maturing at speed

Chinese vendor ZTE and China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MII) said this week they have completed what they claim is the world’s first S1/X2 interface conformity test for TD-LTE.

ZTE cashes in on data card boom

Chinese vendor ZTE announced Tuesday that sales of its data card for the first half of 2009 increased by 366 per cent year on year to more than seven million.

Vistream upgrades German network

German mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Vistream said Friday it has tapped Chinese kit vendor ZTE to build it a GSM and UMTS core network to resell services over.

Overview of SDR Market

Sponsored by ZTE

With the growing number of access technologies and air interfaces, mobile operators are faced with the daunting task of carefully deploying current networks but also maintaining compatibility with future standards that have not yet entered the market. In developed markets in particular, mobile operators may be faced with radio infrastructure lifecycles of a few years, making it extremely hard to secure Return on Investment (ROI) for newly deployed equipment since marketing and user adoption always lags technology upgrades.

Packet One outlines ZTE deal

Malaysian WiMAX operator Packet One Networks (P1) has fleshed out the terms of its agreement with ZTE, which it alluded to last week.

Packet One looks to ZTE

Malaysian operator Packet One Networks (P1) says it is entering into a WiMAX technology partnership with Chinese vendor ZTE. The partnership, which will be formalised next week, is reportedly part of P1’s efforts to accelerate expansion of its WiMAX network.

ZTE boosts WiMAX base station power

Chinese vendor ZTE has launched what it claims to be the industry’s smallest WiMAX 16e RRU (remote radio unit) product. Dubbed the R9110, ZTE says the RRU helps reduce the number of base stations by 50 per cent, enabling telecom operators to maximise their return on investment (ROI).

ZTE predicts WiMAX ‘boom’ for 2009

“We anticipate a boom in WiMAX take-up for fixed applications in emerging markets this year,” says Wei Yuan, senior director of global marketing at ZTE’s WiMAX solutions business. Speaking to telecoms.com at the MWC event in Barcelona, Wei Yuan believes that Russia, the CIS, the Middle East and Africa hold out most promise for WiMAX […]

ZTE claims SDR first in Hong Kong

The largest GSM operator in Hong Kong in terms of subscribers and revenue, CSL, is using SDR (software-define radio) base stations from ZTE to build out an all-IP integrated 2G/3G network that can be software-upgraded to HSPA+ and, eventually, LTE. Although the process of swapping out CSL’s existing 2G/3G base stations with ZTE SDR base […]

Aircel invests $400m in new kit

Indian operator Aircel has sigend a deal worth $400m with Chinese infrastructure vendor ZTE to expand its GSM coverage. Aircel, majority owned by Malaysia’s largest telecoms operator Maxis, has an estimated 13.6 million subscribers according to Informa Telecoms & Media making it the country’s fifth placed carrier. Aircel has ten operational networks running in India, […]

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