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ZTE boosted by Chinese 3G sales in 1H09

Chinese equipment vendor ZTE has reported strong double-digit growth in both revenue and profit for the first half of the year on the back of strong demand for 3G equipment in its domestic market.

ZTE to build WiMAX network in Ukraine

ZTE has won a WiMAX deployment contract in Ukraine from Icon Private Equity’s portfolio company, Ukraine High Technologies (UHT), notes Cellular News.

Shares rise in Alcatel-Lucent on Chinese whispers

Shares in mobile kit vendor Alcatel-Lucent jumped as much as 16 percent amid speculation that the firm could be bought by a Chinese rival, reports Reuters.

CSL plans upgrades with ZTE

Cellular News reports that Hong Kong mobile operator CSL has unveiled its plans to deploy 3G network coverage in the 900MHz spectrum band and an evolution towards LTE.

ZTE wins Vietnamese 3G contract

TeleGeography reports that ZTE has partnered with Vietnamese mobile operator Vinaphone to roll out the operator’s 3G network in the country’s central provinces.

Forum finishes specs tackling voice over LTE issues

Industry group the VoLGA (Voice over LTE via Generic Access) Forum today published its first complete set of approved specifications aimed at delivering mobile voice and SMS services over future LTE networks. The move is important as there is currently no single agreed way of providing voice and SMS capability on next-generation LTE networks.

Promonte picks ZTE as sole network supplier

ZTE has been awarded a contract by Montenegrin mobile operator Promonte to be the sole vendor and service partner for its mobile network modernisation and expansion project, reports Telecompaper.

ZTE supplies 3

ZTE is now delivering handsets to mobile operator Hutchison 3G in the UK, Ireland and Sweden, reports Cellular News.

Telefonica to trial LTE in six countries

Telefonica yesterday announced plans to trial LTE technology in six countries across Europe and Latin America, as the operator giant mulls its commercial next-generation network plans. The chosen countries are Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and the UK, whilst the six vendors picked for the trials are Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei, NEC, Nokia Siemens Networks and ZTE.