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ZTE clocks 48,000 CDMA base stations in four months
TT Correspondent |  Bangalore |  19 May 2009

ZTE Corp announced that it has registered shipments of 48,000 CDMA base stations worldwide within the first four months of 2009. ZTE had recorded similar figures for the whole of 2008.


Of the total shipments, CDMA SDR-based base stations accounted for 91 %. The company attributed the growth to expanding worldwide market including the 3G industry in China.


“For three consecutive years from 2006 to 2008, ZTE was ranked as the world leader in CDMA base station shipment volume,” said Ms. Li Jian, General Manager of CDMA Products, ZTE Corporation. “In terms of the carrier-sector, ZTE holds over 40 percent market share in China’s CDMA market, making us the biggest provider in the country. We are committed to continuing to provide first-class, leading-edge CDMA equipment to our global customers to meet their market demands.”


To date, ZTE’s CDMA base stations have exceeded a total volume shipment of 170,000 units globally. Its CDMA footprint has reached a total capacity of 200 million lines worldwide providing services to over 120 operators in more than 70 countries.

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