Thu, 30 Aug 2007
Beijing (ANTARA News) - China's ZTE Corporation, a provider of telecommunications equipment, said in a statement that it has signed an agreement to help expand Telkom Indonesia's CDMA2000 network capacity.

Under the contract, the network expansion will cover the four main cities in the eastern part of Sulawesi in Indonesia, the company was quoted by XFN-Asia as saying.

Financial details of the agreement were not provided.

Telkom operates the largest CDMA network in Indonesia, serving 5 mln users as well as a market share of 50 pct.

ZTE previously partnered with Telkom in August of 2004, when it supplied optical network products for Telkom's national backbone network transmission project. (*)



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