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Interview: Shi Lirong of ZTE
29 September 2010
Mobile data demand will expand market for TDD, says ZTE head
The new head of ZTE, Shi Lirong, believes the industry is recognising the potential of China’s home-grown versions of 3G and 4G technology, which will be in demand as operators struggle to supply mobile broadband services
Shi Lirong: innovative software-defined radio is a unified
platform for 2G, 3G and 4G LTE
The new president and CEO of ZTE is enthusiastic about the future of China’s home-grown version of 3G mobile technology — and its LTE upgrade — as a way of tackling the huge strain that data services are putting on mobile networks.
Shi Lirong, the 46-year-old telecommunications engineer who took over at the top of ZTE at the end of March 2010, believes that many of the 500 operators that already have time-division duplex spectrum will consider migrating to the TD version of LTE.
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