ZTE wins Hungarian network deal

Telenor Hungary has selected Chinese vendor ZTE to build a GSM/UMTS/LTE network across Hungary over the next five years. Over this period ZTE will deploy in excess of 6,000 base stations including LTE eNodeBs. With its SDR-based solution, ZTE will help Telenor Hungary achieve a unified 2G/3G/LTE core network, supporting multi-mode and multi-band wireless services. This technology eliminates the need for further infrastructure upgrades, providing the operator with the flexibility to roll-out new services and a smooth evolution path to LTE. ZTE has previously built unified GSM/UMTS/LTE networks for Telenor in India and Montenegro.

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