ZTE Cikey (Converged intelligent key), a multiple access terminal, has won the “Best LTE Device/Handset” award for its powerful user access functions and improvement of the mobile customer experience announced at the LTE World Summit 2012 held in Barcelona, the ZTE.
The award demonstrates the success of ZTE’s efforts to promote the development of the LTE industry and ZTE’s end to end LTE solutions. These developments include the Cikey and the WLAN+LTE network solution which uses ZTE MAB (Mutiple Access Binding) technology to seamlessly offload data traffic onto alternative networks to deliver the best possible quality of service to end users.
In the LTE era, users are faced with the choice of a variety of network access methods, and need to select the most economical mobile network access without impacting their mobile device experience. ZTE’s MAB solution helps operators better coordinate the co-development of LTE, 2G/3G and WLAN networks, provides higher bandwidth through the aggregation of hybrid wireless networks, reduces operators’ network investment costs and enables users to experience the best possible communications in the mobile data era.
“In response to the explosive growth of data services, ZTE has introduced these innovative MAB solutions, which can help operators to leverage existing network resources to provide users with better data services experience and enhance the competition force of the operators in the LTE era of mobile data services,” said by Liu Jian Hua, President of Core Network Products, ZTE.
LTE World Summit 2012 brought global industry leaders together to talk about industry innovation and progress, and the LTE Awards 2012 acknowledge industry enterprises for their outstanding contributions to LTE technology. The Best LTE Handset/Device award won by ZTE is one of the most prestigious in the industry, as it is selected by representatives of leading service operators including British Telecom, Telefonica, AT&T, France Telecom and Deutsche Telecom.