ZTE rolls out cloud computing solutions
Dubai, October 15, 2012
ZTE Corporation, a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has unveiled a series of ICT convergence solutions at the Gitex show in Dubai.
The solutions aim to create a transparent and intelligent system to improve government and enterprise efficiency, said a statement from ZTE.
They will expand public service capabilities and support enterprise customers’ innovation goals, improve the quality of life for the general public, and eliminate digital gaps in societies.
Using them, a smart city can provide a public platform based on a cloud computing-based data switching centre; a national broadband network integrating wireline broadband, wireless broadband, OSS and cloud computing based public service platforms; smart-grids covering every link from power generation to customer service, said a top official.
The highly efficient systems with the ability to react intelligently to a vast range of data inputs can enable end users to enjoy convenient and fast services across a wide range of sectors, explained ZTE vice president Xu Ming.
ZTE, he said, has made significant inroads in the Middle East and Africa enterprise network market, and has gained experience by leading ICT convergence solutions in South Africa, Egypt, Botswana, Mauritius, Nigeria and Tanzania.
Together with partners, ZTE is committed to speeding up the development of government and enterprise information technology to improve efficiency, boost business competitiveness and construct a safer social environment, he noted.
“This is one of the company’s key strategies in 2012, and ZTE has accumulated 15 years’ experience in the government and enterprise networks market,” he added.
The ZTE solutions converge networks, platforms and applications along with image and data acquisition systems were also unveiled at this year’s ITU Telecom World 2012.-TradeArabia News Service
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