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ZTE Adopts Apertio for HLR

One-NDS will become ZTE's standard subscriber database, to underpin the vendor's new-generation HLR (Home Location Register)

February 9, 2007

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BARCELONA -- ZTE and Apertio today announces that ZTE, China's largest listed telecoms solution provider, has selected the Apertio One-NDS (Network Directory Server) in its new generation core network infrastructure for communication service providers.

Under the terms of the agreement, the Apertio One-NDS will become ZTE's standard subscriber database - creating a flexible, resilient and scalable platform to underpin the equipment provider's new generation HLR (Home Location Register). This new generation HLR released by ZTE is based on open, IT standards and it will enhance both its 2G, 2.5G and 3G propositions. ZTE has already deployed more than 20 commercial networks with a combined capacity in excess of 50 million subscribers.

"Service providers in the region are growing rapidly and need to manage this subscriber growth and consolidate legacy HLR solutions," said Xu Ziyang, General Manager of Mobile Core Network Products at ZTE. "This requires a massively scalable and telco-grade subscriber data platform to sit underneath our solutions. As the recognised technology leader in this space, it was logical to partner with Apertio, to work together to create a new generation HLR proposition that directly addresses our customer's needs."

Apertio Ltd.

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