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ZTE lands first SDR-based HSPA deal

Chinese vendor ZTE has been awarded a contract in Hong Kong (operator CSR) to build what it claims is the world’s first HSPA+ network based on software defined radio (SDR) technology.

ZTE touts EV-DO Rev B milestone

Telecompaper notes that ZTE has achieved an EV-DO Revision B (Rev.B) VoIP call on its CDMA2000 system with a 9.3Mb/s download rate and 5.4Mb/s upload rate.

Report: Forum set to tackle voice over LTE issues

Unstrung reports that a new forum will launch next week dedicated to enhancing the delivery of voice services over future LTE networks.

Industry takes wraps off VoLGA Forum

The VoLGA (Voice over LTE via Generic Access) Forum officially launched today, a joint effort dedicated to bringing voice and SMS services to future LTE networks.

ZTE eyes first ‘Tier 1’ US handset launch this year

The head of ZTE’s US business says the Chinese-based vendor is on track to launch a handset via a major US mobile operator by the end of the year.

ZTE secures US15B loan deal, revenues up 27%

Chinese vendor ZTE has agreed a US$15 billion credit line from the China Development Bank (CDB) a day after releasing a strong set of annual results.


MTN may buy ZTE’s 51% stake in Congo operator

MTN Group may buy ZTE’s 51 percent stake in Democratic Republic of Congo operator,
Congo-Chine Telecom SARL, in an effort to widen its lead as the biggest mobile operator in Africa, reports Bloomberg.

ZTE predicts double-digit growth this year

China’s ZTE has joined rival Huawei in predicting bullish growth plans this year, despite the global economic downturn and a contracting telecoms equipment market.

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.