ITU picks ZTE to draft standards for end-to-end QOS architecture for NGN and QOS framework for IP-based access networks

July 23, 2004

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GENEVA -- ZTE Corporation, China's largest listed telecommunications equipment provider, has been chosen by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to draft two important international standards that will help to shape the future of the world's next generation networks (NGN).

Following a meeting of the NGN Joint Rapporteur Group in Geneva, ZTE will now draft standards to cover the requirements and framework for crucial end-to-end quality of service (QoS) architecture for NGN (Y.e2eqos.1) and a QoS framework for IP-based access networks (Y.ipaqos).

"This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of the world's communications infrastructure," said, Mr Xie Daxiong,SVP,ZTE. "ZTE greatly values and works with the ITU's international standards and this invitation is a vote of confidence in our continued ability and commitment to remain at the forefront of telecommunications technology and R&D."

ZTE Corp.

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

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