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2004-07-28 ITU pushing to deliver on next-gen network standards
China's largest telecommunications equipment maker, ZTE Corp., was chosen at a Focus Group meeting in Geneva of the Next Generation Networks standardization effort within the ITU-T to draft two of the most important aspects of the NGN.
2015-06-22 Google uncloaks SDN for data centre networks
Showing support for the emerging approach, systems giants from Brocade to ZTE participated in software-defined networks demos for carriers, data centres and enterprises.
2003-11-04 Future is bright for Asia's comms market
For the past three years, there has been a slowdown in the global communications IC segment. While the West is recovering from the downturn, the Asia Pacific rim is beefing up its role in the industrial turnaround.
2008-06-03 Femtocells will be in time for Christmas, says group
Femtocells will be in the shops by the Christmas season, according to a small but growing number of global operators at the Femtocells Europe Conference Series 2008.
2006-11-24 Chinese telecom supplier signs Indian JV
Rebuffed by the government in its efforts to enter the Indian market on its own, ZTE Corp. has signed a joint venture deal with India's MCorpGlobal.
2015-01-22 China outdoes Europe, Japan in fabless chip market
China's fabless chip market holds 8 per cent of the top 50 fabless IC suppliers, bigger than that of European and Japanese fabless chip companies combined, according to the latest report from IC Insights.
2007-03-15 Bountiful year awaits China's cellular chip market
China's cellphone chip market will hit $11.4 billion this year and $14.3 billion in 2008, driven by increasing demand for smartphones and 3G handsets.
2005-02-03 ADI Blackfin platform supports China telecom equipment provider
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) disclosed that China-based ZTE Corp., a telecommunications equipment provider, has adopted its Blackfin eMedia platform with Fusiv technology for a wide range of broadband customer premise equipment (CPE) devices including Internet Protocol (IP) set-top boxes.
2011-05-26 Three companies to launch Windows Phone 7 smartphones
Acer, Fujitsu, and ZTE will deliver smartphones using Windows Phone 7 to help consumers interact with the 17,000 apps currently available on Windows Phone Marketplace.
2010-09-30 Quad-mode navigation terminals enable GSM, CDMA calls
ZTE helps Russian firm develop satellite navigation terminals that work with GPS, Glonass, Galileo and Beidou
2008-05-12 DSLAM enables operators to cut carbon footprint
ZTE has claimed that its Broadband Universal Access System could help operators make a major impact on their carbon footprint as well as save millions of dollars a year in power costs.
2006-01-20 China's broadband market to double
China's broadband market is projected to more than double over the next few years, according to Chinese networking equipment provider ZTE Corp.
2013-04-03 China tablet, cellphone makers doubled their MEMS sensor purchases
The purchasers fell into two groups: the first typified by big companies such as ZTE, Huawei Technologies, Lenovo and Coolpad; and the second made up of a multitude of smaller players, according to Jrmie Bouchaud, director and senior principal analyst for MEMS & sensors at IHS.
2009-01-23 China phone makers pick Siano chip for CMMB Mobile TV
China phone makers ZTE, Tianyu, CEC Telecom and MP3/4 giant AIGO have selected Siano Mobile Silicon's CMMB receiver chip, the SMS1180, to power CMMB mobile TVs.
2008-02-04 China confers TD-SCDMA access licenses
China's TD-SCDMA Industry Alliance has awarded last week (Jan. 30) to six handset makers, including Lenovo and ZTE, the first post-trial period access licenses to the country's homegrown 3G network, according to the state-owned news agency.
2013-08-27 Asia-Pacific smartphone shipments climbed 75% YoY
IDC revealed that Asian smartphone vendors shipped 119 million units in 2Q13, up 10 per cent QoQ, driven by companies that include Samsung, Lenovo, Coolpad, Huawei and ZTE.
2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
2002-11-15 Xilinx establishes second China office
Xilinx Inc. has opened a new office in Shenzhen, China the company's second office in the country.
2005-06-01 Xilinx 'future-proofs' wireless base stations
Wireless base station solutions are being developed to cost-effectively address today's needs and tomorrow's unknown.
2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2013-02-14 Wireless to rule OEM IC spending this year
IHS said OEM spending on semiconductors for wireless applications is set to rise by 13.5 per cent this year to reach $69.6 billion, up from $62.3 billion in 2012.
2009-02-27 WiMAX's massive network: 430M people
WiMAX service providers are now offering networks covering 430 million people, or POPS, globally and are on a path to nearly double to 800 million people by the end of 2010, according to the WiMAX Forum.
2007-05-17 WiMAX rival to see action in Beijing Olympics
China Netcom said it will deploy McWiLL, a rival WiMAX technology for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
2009-06-08 WiMAX interoperability, roaming tests pick up
The WiMAX Forum announced at its global congress that fourteen companies involved in the development of chips and device equipment and running of mobile WiMAX networks have linked in the first commercial WiMAX interoperability and roaming trials.
2005-11-02 WiMAX Forum to run 'Plugfest' in Beijing
The WiMAX Forum has announced that it will be running the
2010-09-17 WiMAX base stations gaining traction
ABI Research forecasts growth in WiMAX base stations after economic downturn
2010-07-28 Will the Droid X put Motorola back on the handset map?
After a year of red ink and lost share, Motorola's handset unit is making a comeback. The Droid X has been doing well in first two weeks since its initial rollout, says Gleacher & Co.
2008-03-07 Will mobile TV in China be in analog?
Telegent Systems claims that analognot digitalwill dominate the mobile TV market, especially in developing countries like China.
2015-11-11 Will Cisco, Ericsson team up soon?
The Cisco/Ericsson partnership will give each company an opportunity to sell a billion dollars of new equipment and services a year by 2018, they claim.
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band.
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