Chinese vendor ZTE Corporation has signed a cooperation agreement with China Telecom Global (CTG) in Hong Kong.
Under the terms of the agreement, ZTE and China Telecom plan to expand their cooperation in cloud network services, ICT, data centres, and global operation in the DICT field.
Donald Tan, CEO of CTG said: "China Telecom and ZTE have a long-standing partnership. In the overseas markets, ZTE has become one of our major equipment suppliers since we started the project from scratch in the Philippines in the second half of 2019. ZTE delivered the project with speed and quality, reaching a new milestone for our cooperation."
"As to the key strategic planning in the next few years, I believe that both CTG and ZTE will continue to strengthen the strategic cooperation and build a comprehensive, in-depth, and long-term partnership to create synergies for future growth," Tan added.
Meanwhile, Xiao Ming, SVP of ZTE Corporation affirmed that China Telecom has always been one of ZTE's most important partners. "Through CTG’s project in the Philippines, our cooperation has started to expand in the overseas markets, which is greatly valued by ZTE. Currently, ZTE has achieved the high-level delivery of the project in the Philippines, and we believe in the future, both parties will deepen our cooperation and share the more excellent experience to take our cooperation to the next level," he said.
According to the release, ZTE and China Telecom Global will stay committed to the cooperation on cloud network services, ICT, data centres, digital transformation, compliance, and risk control. The two parties are set to make full use of their comprehensive resource advantages and jointly expand overseas markets for a win-win future.