ZTE Corporation announced that the company successfully completed pre-commercial field testing of pre5G 3D/Massive MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) base stations in partnership with China Mobile.
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ZTE Corporation has signed a contract with Slovak operator SWAN for a nationwide LTE network project. ZTE will exclusively construct core CS/PS (circuit-switched/packet-switched) network, and a GSM/LTE mobile communications and VAS (value added services) network, involving over 1,100 dual-mode GSM/LTE base stations to SWAN.
ZTE USA announced the launch of the new ZTE Warp Sync. The phone is fourth in a series of Warp phones. The ZTE Warp Sync will be available at Boost Mobile on August 26 for $179.99. It features a 5-inch HD Gorilla Glass display, removable Li-ion 2300mAh battery, Android 4.4.2 KitKat, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Quad-Core 1.2GHz processor, and 8 MP LED flash rear-camera along with a 1.6 MP front-camera.
Syniverse today announced a leadership transition under which Jeffrey S. Gordon has stepped down from his role as President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, effective immediately. In connection with this change in leadership, Stephen C. Gray, a member of the Syniverse Board of Directors since January 2011, will become interim President and Chief Executive Officer.
Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of video eyewear and smart glasses products in the consumer, commercial and entertainment markets, today announced it has signed a major deal with Lenovo to launch the M100 Smart Glasses into China. The wearable product offering will be co-branded as a Vuzix/Lenovo solution and will be marketed across China as part of Lenovo's New Business Development brand.
Firefox today announced Firefox OS smartphones will soon be available in Asia Pacific and Latin America markets. Spice and Intex will soon launch low-cost Firefox OS phones in India. Telenor plans to bring Firefox devices to Asia by the end of the year. Taiwan carrier Chunghwa Telecom have committed to carry the devices as well.
ZTE Corporation has unveiled the ZXONE 9700 Packet OTN series, its next generation packet optical transport platform (P-OTP). The ZXONE 9700 series features universal packet and optical data unit (ODU) switching capability, supports network evolution to beyond 100G and is compatible with software defined networking (SDN) technologies.
ARRIS announced it acquired Mississauga, Ontario-based SeaWell Networks for an undisclosed amount. This acquisition comes one year after ARRIS's acquisition of Motorola Mobility's Home division. ARRIS is integrating SeaWell's adaptive bit rate (ABR) streaming technologies and talent into its Network & Cloud business.
ZTE’s focus on higher-margin network contracts will reportedly help the company “at least double” its first-quarter profit. ZTE today announced it expects net profit to land between $68 million and about $102 million, marking an annual increase between 107.3 percent and 210.7 percent.
KORE Wireless, an M2M wireless network provider, together with ATrack, a telematics hardware manufacturer, have established a global partnership to provide ATrack customers access to KORE M2M network services in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Nuance Communications, Inc. and ZTE Corporation today announced an all new ZTE Car Mode application for ZTE Android devices. ZTE is integrating Nuance’s voice biometrics technology for screen unlock. With each different user’s voiceprint, ZTE smartphones will access the general mode or child mode instantly – no swiping, PINS, passwords or hands required.
ZTE has announced organization changes that will allow the company to focus on “key strategic operations and high-growth business opportunities.” Specifically the moves will shift more attention toward mobile devices, operators and enterprise.
ZTE is planning a new Firefox OS phone with a larger screen, dual-core processor and redesigned UI for release in the first half of next year. TechHive spoke with executive vice president He Shiyou, who said ZTE was pleased with the 100,000 units sold of the ZTE Open. He attributed a lot of that to sales through eBay and other third-party retailers.
Huawei and ZTE have snagged 50 percent of the $3.2 billion worth of the contracts to build out China Mobile's TD-LTE network. Nokia Siemens and Ericsson each landed 11 percent shares of the project, while Alcatel-Lucent secured a 13 percent share of the business...
AT&T plans to roll out LTE in at least 50 additional markets by the end of this year. AT&T LTE currently covers more than 225 million people and 370 markets, and by the end of 2013, coverage is expected to expand to nearly 270 million people and more than 400 markets.
ZTE reportedly sold through just under 2000 of its new Firefox OS handsets in a matter of days here in the U.S. and in the U.K. According to a report from ZDNET, ZTE had burned through its inventory by the end of the weekend, selling 990 smartphones in the U.K. and 985 units in the U.S...
CEVA, Inc., a licensor of silicon intellectual property (SIP) platform solutions and DSP cores, today announced that ZTE Corporation has licensed the CEVA-XC DSP to power its next generation of LTE TDD/FDD multi-mode base station System-on-Chips (SoCs).
Nexmo announced it has been selected by Line Corporation as an SMS API provider for its mobile service platform, LINE. With this announcement, Nexmo added LINE to its growing list of global messaging app customers, including Viber, KakaoTalk and ICQ.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE today said it is partnering with Intrepidus on providing security for its devices. ZTE said it seeks to become a "leader in smartphone security." As part of the agreement, Intrepidus will evaluate the security mechanisms of ZTE...
Reuters, attributing the news to company sources, reports the Finnish handset maker is turning some of its focus back to low-end products in order to maintain its worldwide mobile phone market share, under threat from Chinese manufacturers like Huawei and ZTE.
Two major Chinese technology companies on Thursday denied allegations that some of their equipment is designed to facilitate spying, but struggled to convince U.S. lawmakers that they are independent from the dictates of Beijing's communist government.
U.S. lawmakers today will question executives of two major Chinese technology companies as part of a congressional probe into whether those firms' ambitions to carve out a bigger niche in the American market pose a threat to national security.
A key congressional intelligence committee has opened an investigation into national security threats posed by Chinese-owned telecommunications companies...
InterDigital is suing Nokia, Huawei and ZTE over patent infringement...
Huawei won the first round in its patent lawsuit against ZTE in Germany yesterday when a judge issued a temporary injunction against ZTE.
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