ZTE helps HKT integrate 4G networks

Tuesday 3 March 2015 | 08:34 CET | News

ZTE announced a contract to enable a 4G network powered by multi-operator core network (MOCN), carrier aggregation (CA) and voice over LTE (VoLTE) for HKT. After acquiring CSL in 2014, HKT operates two commercial networks in parallel. As such, there is a need to integrate the two networks as seamlessly as possible to ensure the users on two networks can enjoy the same service experiences without being disrupted by changes. Being the supplier of one of HKT’s two mobile networks, ZTE leveraged its experience to uphold and optimize HKT’s network performance by large-capacity, high-performance hardware and the latest software to improve service experience.

With the use of MOCN, CA and VoLTE technologies, ZTE further assists HKT to bring the two networks together in coexistence with end-to-end network sharing, interconnectivity and service convergence, setting the standard for global VoLTE interoperability. HKT’s converged 4G network provides users with the ability to use high-definition voice and video services to communicate with one another. In 2012, ZTE provided CSL with a complete IMS-based VoLTE solution with voice call continuity support using enhanced single radio voice call continuity technology, and the VoLTE network was put in commercial use in 2014.


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