ZTE secures China Telecom deal in 5 key areas

Staff writer
03 Jun 2011

ZTE has won the IMS network development contract for five key developed provinces in China, including Guangdong, Fujian, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Sichuan.

With its advanced “IMS+xPON” fixed network transformation solution and innovative ETCA (Enhanced Telecom Computing Architecture) platform, ZTE is now the major player in China Telecom’s IMS commercial network construction in China.

China Telecom has been actively building its IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) network since 2009. Key project milestones included network testing were completed in July 2010 and the IMS commercial bidding was kicked off in January 2011.

ZTE is the only vendor to support all different access technology (include H.323, No-IMS SIP, MGCP, H.248, V5, PRI etc) with unified ETCA platform in China Telecom. By working closely with China Telecom, ZTE also builds together the “IMS+xPON” fixed network transformation model, which is fully compatible with the existing network services.

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