ZTE has been awarded a contract to provide a nationwide videoconferencing system in Saudi Arabia

June 30, 2004

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SHENZHEN, China -- ZTE Corporation of China is to provide a videoconferencing system across the whole of Saudi Arabia in a contract with JCCS (Jeraisy Computer and Communication Services), one of the country’s largest and most successful computer and communication companies.

The contract is the latest international breakthrough for ZTE’s advanced BAVO (Brings All Visions in One) system. Phase I of the project will involve video conferencing server ZXMVC8900 and videoconferencing terminal ZXMVC4050, centralizing on the city of Riyadh and creating a network connecting the five major cities in Saudi Arabia. After the expansion, the project will cover the whole country.

"The growth of Broadband and the demand for instant multimedia capability is driving the demand for videoconferencing and ZTE’s BAVO system is ideally suited to a network requirement like this," said Mr Sun Xiaogang, ZTE’s chief supervisor of VCS marketing.

"JCCS were looking for a competitively priced system that offered the best picture and voice quality technology could provide and we are delighted that against fierce competition it was the BAVO solution that came out on top."

ZTE Corp.

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