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ZTE launches converged service network platform

September 16, 2010
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ZTE has launched its Converged Service Network (CSN) at the SDP Global Summit in London. ZTE's CSN incorporates traditional SDP architecture and cloud computing features, enabling an SDPaaS (SDP as a Service) solution for the first time. The CSN provides an efficient and stable service network platform to operators, third-party application providers, and individual or group application developers.

The CSN is a new service network platform integrating mobile and fixed network infrastructure onto a basic platform that supports both Internet and telecom services, providing a flexible solution with efficient management and control features. Traditional SDPs also provide the flexibility to support and manage different services, but are not able to support multi-domain service convergence, or an environment where developers can collaborate and share innovative services.

Through the abstraction of network service capabilities and the introduction of new service capabilities, the CSN provides service integration and realizes convergence of capabilities offered by different networks. Innovative applications can be supported with easily manageable and chargeable service capabilities, significantly accelerating the development cycle of converged services. By expanding the service delivery process of the traditional SDP, the CSN not only supports service capability operations, but also provides a platform for application developers, enabling an end-to-end service.

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