ZTE Previews Supercomm India Stuff

ZTE will showcase its wireless, optical, and data solutions at Supercomm India

January 13, 2005

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SHENZHEN, China -- Innovative solutions – from its world-leading NGN (Next Generation Network) equipment to the world’s smallest 3G WCDMA handset – will be unveiled by ZTE Corporation, China’s largest listed telecommunications company, at next month’s Supercomm India exhibition in New Delhi, India (February 2-4).

As the event’s Platinum Sponsor, ZTE Corporation will showcase its profitable, customer-oriented and integrated solutions covering wireless, optical and data telecommunications, such as NGN technology, CDMA2000 1x EVDO, GoTa (Global open Trunking architecture), TVoIP/VOD (Television over IP/Video on Demand), WCDMA, value-added services and its range of handsets – including the F808 – the world’s smallest 3G WCDMA handset.

ZTE is already supplying the Indian market and the exhibition comes at a time when, just outside Delhi, a major installation is taking place between ZTE and its local partner Atlas Interactive (India) Private Limited to provide world-leading TVoIP and high-speed Broadband Internet access facilities. The strategic alliance agreement between the two companies, expected to be worth more than one billion Rupees, involves supplying and commissioning a network as the foundation for a range of triple play services for subscribers around Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Noida.

“These services will entertain, educate and facilitate communications, through one single, unique and flexible point of entry into homes and businesses. It will create for India a centre of excellence in service delivery to customers that will be the envy of much of the rest of the world and we are very proud to be working with Atlas to achieve it,” said Ms Fang Rong, ZTE Vice President.

“The exhibition stand at Supercomm will reflect how ZTE can develop such enterprising, solution-rich networks, for the benefit of operators across India, Asia and the rest of the world and we look forward to showing visitors our capabilities.”

ZTE Corp.

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