ZTE keeps busy with 5G projects across Asia.
Telecommunications company ZTE Corporation has won the bid to build the 5G IPRAN project for Thailand telecommunications provider — True.
ZTE will help True build its 5G IPRAN network to achieve unified transport of 2G/3G/4G/5G mobile services, FTTx, WLAN access and enterprise private line services.
The project will include ZTE’s 5G Flexhaul solution. This is composed of its 5G access device, ZXCTN 6000, the 5G transport flagship product, ZXCTN 9000-E and the integrated management and control platform, ZENIC ONE.
This will be backed up with in-house chipsets, the access layer and aggregation/core layer of the solution enable smooth upgrade to 100GE and 400GE/n 400GE, aimed to build ultra-broadband IP transport networks.
The announcement follows, ZTE recent completion of a remote disaster recovery deployment of the 5G splicing packet network for the Shanghai branch of China Mobile.
ZTE employed its 5G transport intelligent management and control product ZENIC ONE (UME) for the China Mobile project. The product was developed on ZTE’s PaaS (Platform as a Service) platform.
The UME system uses microservices to reconstruct software architecture in the industry. It supports local cluster deployment and remote disaster recovery solution.
ZTE plans to address the new security challenges in 5G network construction and operation, continue promoting the development of network security technologies, and help operators build secure 5G transport networks.