Tuesday, February 15, 2011

ZTE Confirms 18 TD-LTE Trials and Contracts

ZTE has secured 18 contracts to supply TD-LTE solutions globally. These contracts are for trial and commercial networks in 12 countries across Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS, or the former Soviet Republics) and the Asia Pacific region, including India.



ZTE noted that it is actively cooperating on Interoperability Tests with mainstream chipset providers such as Qualcomm, Innofidei, Altair, Sequans and ST-Ericsson.



KPN will conduct an LTE technology in Germany and Belgium with ZTE.



In addition, the E-Plus Group will launch a TD-LTE field trial in Germany in Q1 2011. The trial is based on 2.6 GHz spectrum that E-Plus acquired in the German spectrum auction. China Mobile, with its leading position and rich experience in the operation and maintenance of TDD networks, will provide technical support to this trial. ZTE will provide base stations developed on the advanced SDR platform and co-siting solution of LTE FDD/TD-LTE.http://www.zte.com.cn

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