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CSL launches SDR-based HSPA network

Unstrung notes that ZTE and Hong Kong operator CSL have announced the availability of the world’s first SDR-based HSPA+ all-IP commercial network.

ZTE sales up 35%; new unit to target Europe, US

Chinese vendor ZTE has reported an impressive 35 percent rise in sales and 29 percent jump in net profit for first-quarter 2009 compared to a year ago.

China Mobile to launch TD-SCDMA phones in May

China Mobile has reportedly chosen LG, ZTE  and Yulong Telecom to supply TD-SCDMA mobile phones from next month.

Report: ZTE wins MetroPCS LTE handset deal

Electronista, citing a Forbes report, claims that US operator MetroPCS has tapped China’s ZTE to make smartphones for its upcoming LTE network.

NSN fails in protest against Indian GSM tender

An Indian court has reportedly rejected a filing by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) protesting against its exclusion in an equipment tender being floated by state-owned mobile operator, BSNL.

Huawei, ZTE enjoy major market share growth

China’s Huawei and ZTE experienced the greatest rate of vendor growth in the mobile network equipment market during the first quarter of 2009 according to research firm Dell’Oro Group, almost doubling their combined share of the total infrastructure market to over 20 percent compared to the same quarter last year.

ZTE secures another US10B from Chinese bank

Chinese equipment and handset vendor ZTE has secured a US$10 billion credit line from China Exim Bank, its second such deal with a Chinese bank this year. In a statement, ZTE said it has entered into “a strategic bank-enterprise cooperation relationship” that will see China Exim Bank support ZTE’s international expansion plans.

ZTE builds out UMTS in Nepal and Mongolia

ZTE is to build UMTS networks for Skytel in Mongolia and Spice Nepal, according to Telecompaper.

China Mobile awards 3G deals, expands rurally

Chinese vendors are reportedly the big winners in China Mobile’s third-round 3G network expansion tender worth CNY8.6 billion (US$1.26 billion). According to Reuters, ZTE has won 34 percent of the deal for the latest supply of TD-SCDMA kit, whilst Huawei grabbed 22 percent and Datang won 21 percent.

Alcatel-Lucent confirms China Mobile 3G win

Alcatel-Lucent has confirmed that a consortium involving its Chinese arm, Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell, and local partner Datang Mobile has been selected by China Mobile for deployment of the mobile operator’s third-phase TD-SCDMA 3G mobile network rollout across 11 provinces.