Friday, August 19, 2005

ZTE Wins Deals in South America

From Light Reading: ZTE Wins Telefónica, Telemar Deals

"ZTE Corporation, China’s largest listed telecommunications manufacturer and leading wireless solutions provider, has signed a contract with Telefonica, the world’s third largest operator and the largest fixed line operator in Latin-America, to provide DSL CPE to Telefonica Brazil.
The contract win accounts for approximately 50% of the contracts awarded by Telefonica Brazil, and follows the success of DSL modems in Telefonica Peru and Telefonica Argentina earlier this year, as well as recent strategic partnerships with Greece Telecom, Portugal Telecom and France Telecom."

"ZTE Corporation, (...), has been selected by Telemar, Brazil’s largest fixed line operator, to provide IP-based DSLAM terminals and ATM DSLAM for its DSL infrastructure.
Under the terms of the contract, ZTE will deliver its IP-based DSLAM terminals and ATM DSLAM to Telenor for use in its DSL network in Rio de Janeiro – Brazil’s second largest city with over 12 million people."

Read more:
China’s 3G attack, via Europe - ZTE, Huawei clinching important deals in Europe
ZTE Corp. Ramping up Efforts in Emerging WiMax Sector
China's Largest Telecommunications Manufacturer ZTE Reaches Top Five As Global DSLAM Equipment Supplier
Growing Global Importance of China's Network Industry

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