ZTE Corporation, a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has bagged a contract worth USD 281.5million for the largest share in China Telecom’s 2012 CDMA Purchase Project.
During the project, ZTE will provide its innovative Uni-Ran solution and relevant services in over 220 cities of 27 provinces across China.
As a result of a rapid increase in the number of users on the China Telecom’s network, it has partnered with ZTE to strengthen network coverage and improve network capacity. The Uni-Ran solution comprises a series of products based on SDR technology. These products help operators deploy multidimensional networks in an efficient and intelligent manner. Through this project, ZTE will gain a cumulative share of 43.5 per cent of China Telecom’s CDMA network, further cementing its position as the No. 1 CDMA supplier in China.
“We’re very pleased to join hands with China Telecom to promote healthy development of the CDMA field,” said ZTE Vice President Fan Xiaobing. “ZTE’s Uni-Ran solution will enhance network services and compliment China Telecom’s operations, filling the network evolution needs.”