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ZTE Adds Imagination's VoLTE

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BARCELONA, Spain -- Imagination Technologies (LSE:IMG), a leading multimedia, processor, communications and cloud technologies company, and ZTE Corporation ("ZTE") (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and manufacturer of handsets/smartphones, today announce the HelloSoft VoLTE solution is now available on commercial ZTE VoLTE-enabled handsets, powered by the MetroPCS 4G LTE network. ZTE handsets with the embedded HelloSoft VoLTE client are available at MetroPCS stores in the Dallas (USA) region. Imagination's HelloSoft VoLTE is fully standards-compliant with 3GPP Voice over LTE and GSMA IR.92 specifications. It incorporates award winning multiplatform HelloSoft VoIP, IMS, VCC, and VoLTE technology featuring AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) and NC (Noise Cancellation) to produce superior voice quality on 4G mobile devices. Imagination's HelloSoft VoLTE is deeply integrated into the handset and with the handset native dialer to provide a low-latency, superior voice and video user experience. HelloSoft VCC (Voice Call Continuity) technology enables seamless handoff of VoIP and circuit switched calls across 4G/3G/2G networks and also between multiple IP networks such as LTE and WiFi. ZTE Corp.

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