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China’s ZTE reports 300 per cent growth in Europe

Anuradha Shukla | April 7, 2011
Surpasses 60 per cent mark for worldwide growth

SHENZHEN, CHINA, 7 APRIL 2011 – ZTE has crossed 60 per cent growth for its managed services in terms of contract value worldwide.

ZTE, a global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, notes that it is experiencing growth in the managed services area.

This growth is especially high in the Europe markets and ZTE has reported growth of more than 300 per cent in this region.

Known to deliver efficient and high-quality services, ZTE has crossed several milestones in the European and American markets and is now set for the future development of telecom services.

ZTE claims its managed services are used in about 70,000 sites and by 30 million users of 45 operators in more than 100 countries and regions all over the world. Currently, more than 20,000 km of its OFC (optical fibre cable) O&M are in use.

Rapid growth

Elaborating on its rapid growth in Europe, ZTE notes that last year, it landed a six-year managed deal with H3G Austria under which it was contracted to deliver a full portfolio of network operations and maintenance services to more than 4000 sites of H3G.

ZTE has also signed a contract to provide CDMA2000 1x/EV-DO network construction and managed services to the whole network to Polkometel, an established operator in Poland.

It will also provide its GoTa dedicated trunking push-to-talk (PTT) service to Polkometel.

“In 2010, ZTE’s managed services portfolio grew rapidly, and we have signed managed services contracts with a number of operators in Europe and North America. ZTE will help network operators achieve efficient operations with comprehensive and high-quality services,” said Yang Jiaxiao, general manager of ZTE’s service product line.

In 2011, ZTE intends to focus on managed services as well as cloud computing and integrated circuit in terms of strategic development and direction. With this approach, it intends to provide increasingly customised service solutions to global operators.

 

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