October 20 , 2015, Shenzhen, China - ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, has signed a Global Framework Agreement (GFA) with Telenor, the international mobile communication company, based in Norway.
In this contract Telenor has selected several of ZTE's new products, including ZTE IP products for IP CORE, Metro-E and IPRAN scenarios. Specifically this includes the IP CORE product, IT platform ZXR10 T800, Metro-E IPRAN aggregation products ZXR10, M6000-S and ZXCTN 9000-E based on 400G platform. Additionally the access product ZXCTN 6100 series is included, alongside the large-capacity, super-high port density MPLS switch ZXR10 5900E and ZXR10 8900E - used to cover 11 models from access, aggregation, core, to security gateway broadband user access. These products meet the demands faced by Telenor and other operators around the world during branch application scenarios. ZTE's wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) products, such as the ZXONE 9700, meet Core, Metro, and Access demands.
"With the existing equipment and service agreement, Telenor's market approach and technology are completely integrated with ZTE's technical strength in bearer network product research and development. We'll continue to focus on the customer's mobile broadband development demands to provide better service for Telenor's global consumers", said Mr. Xu Ming, General Manager of ZTE Bearer Network Product Line.
ZTE is a global leading bearer network specialist. According to the latest report from OVUM, ZTE's optical network products held a market share of 14 percent in Q2 2015, ranking number two in the world.
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