ZTE to Build Tajikistan NGN

Tajiktelecom selects ZTE to build next-generation network

July 27, 2005

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SHENZHEN, China -- Central Asia’s first commercial Next Generation Network (NGN) is to be built in Tajikistan following an agreement between ZTE Corporation (Shenzhen: 000063, Hong Kong: 0763) and the country’s major fixed line operator, Tajiktelecom, a partner of Tajik National Communications Department.

Under the agreement, ZTE, China’s largest listed telecommunications manufacturer and leading wireless solutions provider, will provide Tajikistan with customised end-to-end NGN solutions, high-quality VoIP and IP Centrex services. The network, based on ZTE’s Softswitch technology, will bring some of the world’s most advanced telecommunications technology to Central Asia.

“This success shows the value of our dedicated R&D practices as more nations utilise this world-leading technology,” said Dr Li Ming of ZTE. “Next generation networks are the future for operators across the world.”

ZTE Corp.

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