30 Mar 2017

4G LTE networks expanded across the Caribbean & Central America

ZTE, an international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced it sealed an agreement with Digicel Group to expand 4G long-term evolution (LTE) networks across its 26 markets in the Caribbean and Central America.

Digicel is deploying ZTE’s 4G LTE solutions to deliver high-performance mobile broadband services to consumers and businesses across the region.

ZTE’s innovative 4G LTE solutions, including Uni-RAN, help Digicel upgrade and optimise its infrastructure as part of an ongoing network transformation program, providing subscribers with superior mobile Internet connectivity and coverage. ZTE Uni-RAN solutions will support Digicel’s network evolution by enabling deployment of next-generation digital services and business innovations.

Deployed by mobile carriers around the world, ZTE’s Uni-RAN solution increases the network operation efficiency by prolonging the lifecycle of devices through network upgrades and smooth evolution. Based on ZTE’s software defined radio (SDR) technology, Uni-RAN protects operators’ investment and dramatically reduces network costs and increases the stability and reliability of network operation.

Digicel recently announced its Digicel 2030 global transformation program, promising customers a completely new communications and entertainment experience made possible by a more agile, customer-centric application of resources and investment.

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