Archive for the ‘ZTE’ Category

China’s New Frontier: South America

Courtesy of Fortune, an interesting report on the global reach of China’s telecommunications equipment manufacturers.  As the article notes, having already conquered Africa & Asia, they are now looking towards South America for growth: “At phone operator Movistar’s sales offices in Buenos Aires, customers line up to buy high-speed wireless services to access the web […]

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Africa: A to Z(TE)

Via Stratfor (subscription required), an interesting look at the plans for Chinese telecommunications equipment company ZTE and Libya’s telecom regulator to build the first-ever WiMAX wireless commercial data network in Africa. While the project is intriguing in and of itself, of more note is the fact that this an early example of the coming wave […]

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