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ZTE Unveils ‘Vertical Broadband’ & Smart City Solutions

| July 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced the unveiling of its vertical broadband solution (v2.0) at the fourth Connect To Connect Summit (C2C), 19th – 21st July, Pretoria, South Africa. ZTE’s vertical broadband solution deals with the design and construction requirements of not […]

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ZTE releases LoRa-based smart meters

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

ZTE has entered into the smart meter space by combining LoRA networking and smart meters at CeBit. These new meters meet smart meter reading systems’ requirements for long-distance transmission of small data. The three released LoRa-based smart meters: single-phase smart meter, single-phase prepaid smart meter, and three-phase smart meter, meet most of residents’ expectations, the […]

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China running 529 smart city pilot projects | Enterprise IT News

| July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Communications Day The Chinese government’s smart city program has kicked into a new gear following the release of the first guideline document last year, and the establishment of an inter-ministerial working group on the topic last October. And accordingly, vendor ZTE is looking to make smart cities a key part of its enterprise portfolio. […]

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ZTE claims 41% power savings for its GPON, but over what?

| July 7, 2011 | 1 Comment

Chinese equipment maker, ZTE, says a GPON network it supplied to Lithuanian operator TEO LT has reduced energy consumption by more than 41%. What the release doesn’t say is what technology or network the GPON network is replacing, hence the reduction. It is one of the core misrepresentations of environmental marketing. While ZTE’s GPON solution […]

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French firm turns mobile phone screen into solar charger?

| April 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

A couple of French inventors have developed a photovoltaic film solution for cell phone screens. The inventors are named Louis Deblois and Joel Gilbert and their company is called, Wysips. According to the associated report, the solution will fully charge a phone in 6 hours, while a 1-hour charging will yield 30 minutes of talk […]

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ZTE delivers 1000th green site to Nepal’s Ncell

| January 5, 2011 | 1 Comment

ZTE says it has delivered its 1000th base station site to Nepali mobile operator Ncell. The sites were based on ZTE’s green energy BTS solution, which include energy efficient equipment as well as specially designed environment features for Nepal’s challenge weather conditions. According to ZTE, the project faced numerous challenges, including harsh natural environments in […]

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ZTE supplies solar powered handset to Uganda Telecom

| September 7, 2009 | 0 Comments
ZTE supplies solar powered handset to Uganda Telecom

ZTE has reportedly supplied Uganda Telecom with a solar-powered handset that the operator has dubbed, Kasana. According to media reports, the handset will work for up to 12 hours after an hour under the sun. “Uganda Telecom is committed to developing products that are relevant to the communication needs of Ugandans and today we bring […]

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ZTE’s HSPA+ net reduces CSL energy by 39%

| July 1, 2009 | 0 Comments
ZTE’s HSPA+ net reduces CSL energy by 39%

Chinese telecoms equipment vendor, ZTE, says that its new software defined radio (SDR) based HSPA+ network for Hong Kong mobile operator, CSL (a wholly-owned unit of Telstra), is helping the the operator reduce its overall network energy consumption by as much as 39%. ZTE claimed a major milestone yesterday, asserting that it has managed to […]

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Credit crunch driving demand for optimisation tools

| November 25, 2008 | 0 Comments

The global financial market meltdown is driving mobile operators to optimise their assets, according to network performance management tools vendor Aircom. “With the credit crunch, there’s been a little bit of a change of what we’ve been demand for,” said Margaret Rice-Jones, CEO at Aircom. “There’s far more demand for things that make the most […]

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ZTE DSLAM wins Best Green Innovation award

| May 21, 2008 | 0 Comments

China’s ZTE’s Broadband Universal Access System has been awarded the Best Green Innovation award at Convergence World 2008 at SOFTNET in London, UK. “Operators are becoming increasingly aware of their responsibility towards the environment,” said Zhang Xinyu, director, global market, fixed network management team at ZTE. “ZTE’s DSLAM solution enables broadband providers to radically reduce […]

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