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ZTE Wins Softswitch Deal

ZTE has delivered its first telecoms infrastructure equipment in the UK to Global e Networks, a new player on the European telecoms scene

February 28, 2007

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LONDON -- ZTE Corporation, a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has delivered its first telecoms infrastructure equipment in the UK to Global e Networks, a new player on the European telecoms scene.

The ZTE Class 5 soft switch system is being installed in London's Docklands telecoms hub, enabling Global e Networks to offer wholesale IP-based communications capabilities to the UK and European markets.

ZTE's Class 5 soft switch allows telecommunications companies to implement the latest IP-enabled call controls and services on a distributed telephony basis, without any significant migration costs.

Robert Rees, director of Global e Networks, said that, thanks to ZTE's soft switch technology, his company will be able to offer a high quality portfolio of telecoms facilities to a wide range of third-party quality resellers.

"These facilities will embrace a variety of services that include voice, SMS, content, IP Centrex, advertising and audio-visual conferencing, all of which will be handled by ZTE's soft switch technology," Rees explained. "The unique aspect of the Global e service - as well as offering an integrated portfolio of communications facilities such as full billing services to third-party resellers - is its advertising, sponsorship and branding potential."

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

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