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Tellabs and Jinpeng seal deal for marketing the Tellabs 6000 transport switching and Tellabs 7000 optical transport systems in China
June 27, 2002
NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Tellabs and Jinpeng, a leading Chinese manufacturer of communications equipment, have agreed to work together to provide China with state-of-the-art optical networking equipment that helps carriers build flexible networks that generate revenue, reduce operating costs and provision new services. As part of a new partnership agreement between Tellabs and Jinpeng, Jinpeng will strengthen its metro optical networking solutions by marketing to China's service providers the Tellabs(R) 6000 transport switching and Tellabs(R) 7000 optical transport systems that enable carriers to move communications traffic more effectively. Tellabs and Jinpeng held a signing ceremony in Guangzhou, China, which included government officers from Guangdong Province and Guangzhou City, and senior management from several major Chinese service providers. As part of this agreement, Jinpeng will establish a new company, Jinpeng GrandView, which will be dedicated to the development of optical networking products for Chinese service providers. This new company will increase Jinpeng's market share, give it a more competitive advantage and help it achieve rapid growth. "Tellabs will be the first choice for innovative bandwidth management solutions among China's service providers," said John Cole, senior vice president and general manager of the Tellabs Asia Pacific region. "By working with Jinpeng, Tellabs will expand its business in China and be better positioned to help service providers succeed in this competitive marketplace." Jinpeng will also offer the Tellabs(R) 8000 managed access and the Tellabs(R) 3000 voice-quality enhancement systems to Chinese service providers. The Tellabs 8000 system offers a unique network management system that lowers carrier's operating and maintenance costs, and enables them to add revenue by provisioning new services quickly. The Tellabs 3000 voice-quality enhancement equipment improves call quality for wireline and mobile subscribers. Tellabs Inc.
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