ZTE Partners with South East Asia Telecom to Build 4G LTE in Cambodia

ZTE Partners with South East Asia Telecom to Build 4G LTE in Cambodia

ZTE, Friday announced a partnership with South East Asia Telecom (SEATEL) to build a national FDD-LTE network in Cambodia to deliver high-performance mobile broadband services to consumers and businesses across the country. ZTE is the exclusive provider of end-to-end 4G solutions and products, including core network Evolved Packet Core (EPC), microwave, power, Internet Protocol Radio Access Network (IPRAN), bearer and Online Charging System (OCS).

According to ZTE, it will also provide its network coordination products Cloud UniCore and Cloud Radio, helping South East Asia Telecom realize flexible networking, resources sharing, intelligent O&M functions to build a superior and cost-efficient 4G network. The national LTE network infrastructure in Cambodia is a key step for the international expansion of SouthEast Asia Telecom, which is planning to build LTE network in other countries, said ZTE.

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