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ZTE launches the 'Gecko'

September 30, 2010
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ZTE Corporation has announced the launch of the ‘Gecko’, a multi-carrier CDMA base station.

The ‘Gecko’ assists operators make up for any deficiencies, improves network quality, enhances user experience and builds high-efficiency and high-quality CDMA networks.

ZTE’s ‘Gecko’ base station supports several IP networking modes and achieves access by using various transmission resources (such as MAN, LAN, PON, xDSL, and satellite, etc.). Its coverage radius can reach 300 meters.

“The ZTE Gecko base station is small in size yet high in performance, with features such as low costs, quick deployment and full convergence capabilities,” said Li Jian, General Manager, ZTE CDMA and LTE Product Line.

“The Gecko can help operators to acquire more subscribers and speed-up network construction, thus enhancing the profitability of mobile broadband networks.”

Currently, the commercial trial of ZTE’s Gecko has started in China Telecom’s Sichuan Branch.

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