The Unresolved Dilemma of ZTE’s Equipment Breakdown


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  1. AleQa Biru says:

    “ZTE faced fierce criticism over its performance by China’s Telecom operators.”

    says who????????????

    “In 2009, the company had become the worldwide third-largest vendor of GSM telecom equipment, and about 20% of all GSM gear sold throughout the world that year waas ZTE branded.[15] As of 2011 it holds around 7% of the key 3GPP Long Term Evolution patents[16] and that same year launched the world’s first smartphone with dual GPS/GLONASS navigation, MTS 945. ZTE claims to devote 10% of its annual revenue on research and development each year, and it could be producing patents and utility licenses at a furious pace.[17][18] ZTE has filed 48,000 patents globally, and with more than 13,000 patents granted. 90% more patents are invention-related. In two consecutive years (2011 and 2012), ZTE has been granted the largest number of patent applications globally,[19] which is the first for a Chinese company.”

    “Products can be roughly arranged into three categories: equipment used by network operators (links and nodes, etc.), equipment used to access networks (terminals), and services, which includes software.[27] On October 2010, ZTE’s unified encryption module received U.S./Canada FIPS140-2 security certification,[28] which made ZTE the first vendor from P.R. China to successfully validate modules according to the NIST FIPS140-2 standard under the CMVP program.”

    • Ye Birr Aleqa says:

      Aleqa Birru Hoyisha,

      Didyu read the facts about ZTE’s failures? You just posted a wikipedia entry – it is edited by anybody my man! Birr wedaj Aleqa ende ante aynet Aleqa Beafnchachin yiwta!

      • AleQa Biru says:

        “Didyu read the facts about ZTE’s failures?”

        Which failures? who says ZTE has failures ? what is the source? That is my question.

        Wikipedia may not be 100% trustworthy but at least I provided a source. “Anybody” might edit Wikipedia stories but by providing proper quotations and references. For example, 48 references are named on the link I provided for ZTE on Wikipedia.

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