21 October 2013, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK/Ashare stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has launched a range of fixed-line terminals and solutions at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) 2013 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. During the event, ZTE also unveiled the E6500, a dual-band wireless router targeted at mid to the high-end home market and meeting a variety of home networking needs such as dual-band wireless access, high-speed Internet and download.
The E6500 features ZTE’s proprietary Net SphereTM seamless-coverage network technology. Used as a stand-alone device or together with ZTE’s mini access points (APs) and power line communications (PLC) adapters, the E6500 allows home networks to be easily expanded and bypasses the problem of Wi-Fi signals being blocked by walls. A remarkable feature of the E6500 is that it can run concurrently at both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with a peak rate of 750Mbs to deliver a smoother network experience in high-definition video, online gaming and other services. In addition, the E6500 provides five gigabit Ethernet interfaces running at 10 times the speed of traditional Ethernet interfaces.
“The quality of ZTE’s superior products and services has been further boosted by our long-time presence in the top-end operator market,” said Zhu Yongxing, ZTE Vice President. “We will maintain our high standards in research, development and production to deliver a faster, smoother home network experience to end users.”
ZTE is a world-leading supplier of home networking products and offers three product families: PON ONTs, DSL & LAN CPE, and home networking devices. ZTE’s CPE products are the perennial industry leader in sales and shipments, and its ONUs/ONTs also command a leading market share. In 2013, ZTE launched a range of products, including wireless routers, portable APs and wireless PLC adapters, to help users build intelligent, green, wireless home networks.