ZTE Announces New M-ICT 2.0 Strategy for the Digital, Open, Sharing Economy
Revamped company strategy and vision is outlined in “M-ICT 2.0: VOICE for a Digital Future” white paper
25 August 2016, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today published a white paper on its M-ICT 2.0 strategy and vision that will guide the company for the next five years.
ZTE’s M-ICT 2.0 strategy is designed to help businesses seize opportunities in an economy defined by the emergence of the sharing economy and the vast use of peer-to-peer networks, and dependent on the pervasive range of cloud computing platforms and services.
Underpinning M-ICT 2.0 are five key trends ZTE believes will play critical roles in the ongoing global economic transformation, to an open, sharing, digital economy. These trends are Virtuality, Openness, Intelligence, Cloudification and the Interconnection of Everything. These trends – encapsulated in the acronym VOICE – will drive innovative collaboration and concurrent advances across various fields. Over the next five years, ZTE will focus on VOICE and the individual and interconnected impacts of each trend as they develop products and services.
“Guided by the strategies and solutions embodied in M-ICT 2.0, ZTE will drive the rapid, sustainable development of the global ICT industry,” said Dr. Zhao Xianming, CEO of ZTE. “As we capitalize on the VOICE trends, we’ll be boldly trying new business models, while reinventing existing practices to capture major market opportunities for ZTE, our partners and customers.”
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