ZTE signs deals with Axiata and Nucleus

Staff writer
23 Jun 2011
00:00

ZTE has announced contract wins from Malaysia’s Axiata Group and Singapore’s Nucleus Connect in a move that demonstrates the Chinese vendor’s growing influence in Asia Pacific.

Axiata handed ZTE a fiveyear global framework deal that will serve as a common platform for equipment purchases and the provision of related services for both Axiata and its group of operating companies.

ZTE said the agreement will strengthen the relationship between the two parties in areas where both companies have a presence.

“The partnership will allow Axiata to streamline its procurement process,” said Dato’ Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim, president and group chief executive officer of Axiata. “The agreement will deliver synergies across our group for global procurement, translating into faster time to market, which will benefit customers.”

In another deal, Nucleus Connect has selected ZTE to build a BSS/OSS system for Singapore’s next-generation National Broadband Network (NBN).

ZTE will supply its ZSmart BSS/OSS platform, which Nucleus Connect – the operating company of Singapore NBN – will use to support various end-to-end services such as business operations, billing, fault management, network management and maintenance.

The Chinese vendor said its BSS/OSS solution allows customized configurations that work well with an open access environment.

The ZTE booth can be found at 1M3-01.

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