ZTE SDR Base Station Records Over 100,000 Volume Shipment
Published on: 25th May 2009
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China's ZTE has announced that its SDR base station recorded a total volume shipment of 107,000 units in less than one year since its latest product advancement in October 2008 through April 2009. ZTE attributes this to the growing popularity of SDR (Soft Defined Radio) technology favoured by global operators, including those in fast developing mobile markets such as China and India.
"Innovation, integration and sustainability, along with cost-effective features, have become the key requirements and trends in the wireless industry," said Zhao Xianming, Senior Vice President of ZTE Corporation. "To date, ZTE's SDR wireless platform has experienced tremendous success in the market due to our focus on innovation and high product quality. ZTE's more than 100,000 SDR base station shipments demonstrate that we have entered the ranks of leading wireless equipment providers in the industry."
Earlier this year ZTE partnered with CSL Hong Kong to launch the world's first SDR-based HSPA+ commercial network with download rates of up to 21Mbps.