ZTE and Telkom Indonesia to establish IP-video Joint Innovation CenterWednesday, March 11th, 2015
ZTE to Establish Joint Innovation Center with Telkom Indonesia on IP-Based Video
- Joint Innovation Center in Indonesia to focus on research on IPTV and OTT technologies
SHENZHEN — ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced the company will set up a Joint Innovation Center with Telkom Indonesia to focus on the development of Internet Protocol-based video technologies.
The Joint Innovation Center will pool together ZTE’s world-class capabilities in IPTV and OTT solutions, and the commitment to service excellence of Telkom, Indonesia’s biggest telecommunications company. The center will focus on the research of IPTV and OTT technologies, building partnerships with other technology providers, and the development of new services. The project further deepens the strategic partnership between ZTE and Telkom.
Telkom provides a comprehensive range of services including wireline, mobile, networking, broadband Internet and data communication services to millions of individual subscribers and businesses in Indonesia. Telkom is the operator of the IndiHome broadband Internet service.
As one of the world’s leading providers of IPTV/OTT equipment vendors and providers of end-to-end IPTV and OTT solutions, ZTE’s IP-based video systems serve more than 26 million active users in more than 60 deployments around the world. ZTE’s IPTV/OTT products are ranked first in the China market in third-party research reports of IDC and Ovum. According to Multimedia Research Group (MRG), ZTE’s middleware, VOD, STB capacity rank No.1 globally.
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