ZTE Lead in Tata Teleservices EV-DO Network Test

By May 5th, 2010 AT 3:42 PM

ZTE, the leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today announced that it has emerged as the leader among the vendors who were invited by Tata Teleservices to do EV-DO Rev.B test in their lab.

Dr. Ghosh, Chairman & Managing Director, ZTE Telecom India Pvt Ltd said that “The main objective of the test was to check the EV-DO Rev.B network solution to be deployed by Tata Teleservices, India’s second largest CDMA carrier. Both ZTE and Tata Teleservices took the EV-DO Rev.B test seriously as it would later impact customer satisfaction.”

Mr Ghosh also added that “The test that we conducted in the Tata Teleservices’s lab was a great success. Our reverse and forward rate was far better than our competitors. The perfect testing results proved that ZTE CDMA is the number 1 in the field.”

According to ZET, The EV-DO Rev.B test not only included equipment testing, but also involved a frontal PK process. ZTE forward rate was more than 6.2 Mbps and reverse rate was 3.6 Mbps. In addition, ZTE proved its efficiency in the following three carrier frequency tests too.

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@Prasath J
But today itself i read in Times of India abt Huawei management is Unhappy abt the uninon Govt’s ban on one dozen deals between telecom operators & Chinese equipment vendors including Huawei.. It has written letter to the PM of india saying tat its 85% employees are indians

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No sir.. Now DoT has informed that NO BLANKET BAN (complete ban without conditions) on Chinese equipments..

So that non-branded Chinese equipment makers and NOT ZTE and Huwaei are going to get affected…

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