Morocco’s ONE selects ZTE to install national optical transmission network

April 6, 2006

1 Min Read

SHENZEN, China -- ZTE Corporation, the fastest growing global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today announced that it will install a national optical transmission network in Morocco for the Office National de l'Electriccite (ONE). Having already broadly deployed its range of technologies in emerging markets, this latest contract win highlights ZTE’s growing momentum and success across the African continent.

In a move to upgrade the country’s telecommunications infrastructure, the Office National de l'Electriccite aims to cover almost all of Morocco’s major cities with the new high bandwidth network. Based around ZTE’s latest MSTP (multi-service transmission platform) product - the ZXMP S385 – the network will integrate multiple functions within a single system to enable easy access to a host of voice, data and video services.

ONE chose ZTE because of its positive experience of working with ZTE in the past and because ZTE offered a powerful, single solution that addressed all the requirements for upgrading their current network infrastructure.

“The deployment of our carrier-class optical transmission technology goes a long way to alleviating the bottleneck in the existing network and will greatly improve the network’s reliability, helping the operator to provide the scalability and flexibility that end-users the world over have come to expect,” explained Mr. Han Ling, VP of ZTE optical transmission marketing. "We are pleased to be working with ONE again to help Morocco meet the challenge of 21st century communications.”

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

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.
Join 62,000+ members. Yes it's completely free.

You May Also Like