ZTE, Innofidei Do Dongles

Industry’s first successful interoperability test of multiple TD-LTE USB dongles in a single mobile network cell

May 11, 2010

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SHENZHEN, China -- ZTE Corporation (“ZTE” - H share stock code: 00763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and networking solutions, today announced ZTE and Innofidei have jointly delivered a significant breakthrough for the Time Division Long Term Evolution(TD-LTE) industry with the industry’s first successful Inter-Operability test(IOT) of multiple TD-LTE USB dongles in a single mobile network cell. The successful test was first performed in Hong Kong, and subsequently in Shanghai during the opening days of Shanghai World Expo. Using the ZTE TD-LTE Shanghai field network, a number of TD-LTE USB dongles provided by Innofidei accessed the field TD-LTE cell simultaneously to provide a number of diversified services including streaming and FTP services, among others.

Mr. Zhao Xianming, ZTE SVP, said, “This is the first time in the TD-LTE industry that a multiple USB dongle field IOT test has been successful, and this achievement will greatly accelerate the industrialisation of TD-LTE. It demonstrates that ZTE and Innofidei are moving steadily towards the development of a comprehensive commercialised application of TD-LTE.”

Innofidei Inc., China's largest mobile TV chip maker, has been actively promoting the development of the TD-LTE industry and in 2007 began its TD-LTE baseband project in partnership with the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI). In recognition of its industry leadership, Innofidei won the bid to provide 4G TD-LTE data cards as part of the Shanghai World Expo TD-LTE terminal project in early 2010. In April this year, Innofidei and ASTRI released the first TD-LTE baseband chip for the 20MHz TD-LTE bandwidth, which is also in use at Shanghai World Expo.

ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen: 000063; Hong Kong: 0763)

Innofidei Inc.

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