Network solution provider ZTE Corporation has announced its new strategic mission [email protected], which envisages helping their partners embrace the era of Mobile ICT.
In a statement the company said that the new strategy strives to deliver enhanced quality of life and higher productivity to customers by focusing on four key areas – smart-pipes, mobile devices, cloud-based service and big data infrastructure systems.
Zhao Xianming, chief technology officer, ZTE said, “The mobile-ICT era represents a big opportunity for ZTE, as we leverage our strengths in telecommunications, enterprise ICT and terminal devices to drive innovations that will enable consumers and business globally to access information and application more dynamically.”
Xianming said that ZTE will intensify efforts to develop technologies for cloud-based services systems such as IPTV and Smart City, as well as Data Center, storage, virtualization and other big data infrastructure solutions.
In terminal devices, ZTE is committed to building smart phones and devices that will offer superior user experience and performance to consumers globally, enabling them to discover the promise and power of the Mobile-ICT era, company officials said.
ZTE reorganized the company’s operations into three primary business groups and divisions: Operator Solutions, Enterprise Business and Mobile Devices.
ZTE’s Operator Solutions Business Group will focus on serving larger-sized markets and geographic regions, helping operators innovate in new services and business models. ZTE will focus on growing its offerings in services to generate increased value and profitability in the Operator Solutions business.
ZTE Enterprise Business will focus on offering industry-leading solutions to key target industry verticals including transportation, energy, public utilities, financial and Internet, building on the company’s industry-leading technologies such as Smart City and U-Safety, ZTE said.
ZTE Mobile Devices will focus on user-centric innovations in smart phones, tablets and wearable devices that will bring a more rewarding and intuitive experience to consumers under the Smart 2.0 strategy.