Sunday, December 11, 2011

ZTE Wins 50% of China Telecom's Metro and Aggregation Project

ZTE confirmed that it has won 50 percent of China Telecom’s 2011 Comprehensive Metro Aggregation and Access Network Project, which will aggregate traffic from CDMA base stations, deliver customer services and provide softswitching in multiple cities. ZTE will build 6 local networks in six core cities: Guangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo, Shanghai, Quanzhou and Wenzhou. Financial terms were not disclosed.

ZTE is supplying IP RAN (IP/MPLS) solutions, which are based on the company’s ZXCTN 9000/6000 series products.

ZTE noted that it also won three consecutive contracts with China Mobile to supply PTN solutions based on its ZXCTN 9000/6000 series products.