PRESS RELEASE: ZTE Corporation has participated in the Mobile 360 Latin America hosted by GSMA in Mexico City. ZTE actively engaged in discussions with communication technology experts around the world, aiming to explore next-generation communication technologies to advance the Latin American communication industry.  

The event brought together industry leaders, policymakers, technical experts, and scholars, who shared valuable insights aimed at guiding the telecommunications market and digital economy in Latin America.

Through years of practice and exploration in the telecommunication field, supported by end-to-end technological innovation and accumulation, ZTE has been committed to fully assisting the transformation of operators in Latin America towards digitalization and intelligence. This dedication accelerates the march towards a digital and intelligent future.

Tang Wenhao, VP and CTO of Europe & America at ZTE, delivered a compelling speech on the API-powered network revolution. “By the end of 2024, the standardization of 57 APIs will be completed, including Anti-fraud API, Fixed connectivity API, Mobile connectivity API, Unified communications API, IoT API, Payments API, Cloud and edge API, Cybersecurity API, and more. Currently, over forty mobile operator networks are working with mainstream technology partners and cloud providers, and have provided 94 commercial APIs to enterprises in 21 markets, including Asia, the Pacific, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and America. As always, ZTE will closely follow the development of Open Gateway, actively contribute to community, continuously improve network capabilities, and collaborate to promote industrial development.”

At the same time, the development of the digital economy in Latin America has presented  a multitude of opportunities and challenges, further accelerating the ongoing digital transformation in the telecommunications era. In close collaboration with regulators, partners, operators, and enterprise customers, ZTE is fully prepared to actively contribute to this strategic growth in Latin America.