The network is expected to provide CSL subscribers with high-speed wireless download of up to 21Mbps
ZTE Corp., a China-based provider of telecommunications equipment and network services, together with Hong Kong-based mobile operator CSL, has announced the availability of a SDR-based HSPA+ All IP commercial network.
Jointly developed by the two companies, the new HSPA+ network is expected to provide CSL subscribers with high-speed wireless download of up to 21Mbps.
Developed in stages since the network project begun construction in March 2008, the network will be up and running by end of March 2009. During the first phase of the project, CSL deployed ZTE’s SDR technology that allows CSL to flexibly manage their network modules and services.
Tarek Robbiati, CEO of CSL, said: We have high regard for ZTE’s world-class telecom solutions and the advantages they offer over their competitors, hence it was easier for us to decide and again select ZTE as technology partner. With this new collaboration, we are confident to positioning the company as a role model in the industry by contributing our leading technologies and expertise.
Yin Yimin, CEO of ZTE, said: “This is how we show our commitment to the industry – by providing our valued customers with robust telecom solutions and reliable technologies that can seamlessly upgrade their networks in order to enable them develop value-added services for their customers.