ZTE wins China Mobile section 4 router procurement selection

ZTE wins China Mobile section 4 router procurement selection

ZTE Corporation announced that it has secured 50% of section 4 of China Mobile's high-end router and switch centralised procurement 2021-2022 and will supply the routers ZXR10 M6000-18 S and ZXR10 M6000-8S Plus.

According to a press release from the international provider of telecommunications, enterprise, and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, this section is the largest in China Mobile's centralised procurement for routers, covering the largest number of equipment items.

ZTE will provide the routers to take the role of SR (Service Router) and PE (Provider Edge) in such scenarios as cloud private network, network cloud, 5G UPF (User Plane Function), IP private network, and MAN (Metropolitan Area Network), the release said.

Besides, ZTE will provide necessary equipment for the future IP network of China Mobile, especially cloud private networks and 5G transport networks.

Based on ROSng, the router operating system with its independent intellectual property rights, ZTE's high-end router ZXR10 M6000-S supports SR/EVPN/SRv6/BIER and boosts the evolution of IP networks towards simplicity and intelligence.

The router employs the in-house NP (Network Processor) to enable the single-slot 1T performance and reaches the industry-leading standards in forwarding performance, energy-saving, and Software Defined Network (SDN).

"Moving forward, ZTE, in partnership with China Mobile, will further innovate its 5G network technologies, and expedite commercial deployments of 5G networks to embrace a digital future," it said.

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