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ZTE Builds Russian NGN

SHENZEN, China -- ZTE Corporation, the fastest growing global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has announced it has won a contract to build an NGN gateway exchange for Russia's Multiregional Transit Telecom (MTT). With over 90 million subscribers, MTT is one of the two telecom operators in Russia that offer international telecommunications services and is ranked in the top 500 of Russia's largest enterprises.

Following ZTE's great success in building China Telecom's DC1 distant network and international gateway exchange in Shanghai, and Mongolia's international gateway exchange, this contract represents another significant customer success for ZTE in the high-end NGN telecoms field.

Under the terms of this agreement, ZTE will apply its mature NGN technology to expand the international gateway exchange so it can smoothly communicate with other NGN-based international gateway exchanges around the world.

"ZTE has been investing in the research and development of NGN technology since 1998 and established China's first commercial trial station in 2001. The maturity of ZTE's NGN-based gateway exchange has been demonstrated by many successful projects such as China Telecom's international gateway exchange in Shanghai and other commercial projects around the world," said Mr. Huang Dabin, deputy general manager from ZTE's network department. "ZTE has also been ranked the No.1 manufacturer in feasibility tests of international gateway exchanges organised by China Telecom."

Over 600 sets of ZTE's NGN equipment have been deployed around the world, assisting 120 million subscribers to enjoy the advantages of NGN technology and strengthening ZTE's leading role in the NGN field.

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

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