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ZTE, L’Aquila increasingly strategic in 5G

With the arrival of the 5G, L’Aquila will become even more strategic for the ZTE.

 
“The inauguration of our Research and Innovation Center is only the first step. L’Aquila will become even more strategic for ZTE in Italy ». This is stated by Hu Kun, CEO of ZTE Italy and President of Western Europe of the Chinese multinational. “ZTE – he adds – is very satisfied with the opening of the Center, which is the testimony of our desire to remain in Italy in the long term. Our ambition is to show the community what 5G means for people and industries. A historical change, I would say epochal, of which we are proud of being the bearer and the creator ».

Zte to work with institutional and private partners.

“As planned – emphasizes Hu Kun – Zte will work side by side with its partners, including universities, chipset manufacturers, research institutions and tests on the different cases of 5G use. As one of the world’s leading communications providers, we will organize a laboratory with the complete end-to-end 5G equipment, including the Ran, Core network, Backhaul and terminals. Our new technology – explains the top manager – is even safer than the current one. With our partners, we will also improve network security, to the full advantage of the final owner. We are therefore well disposed towards any contribution from the Italian stakeholders on this project in L’Aquila and we are proud to have started the experimentation desired by the Ministry of Economic Development “.

Hu Kun: «New job opportunities for Italian talent».

«Italy is a strategic country for ZTE – emphasizes Hu Kun – and for this it will, day after day, become the European hub. A country where the connection solutions offered are completely in line with the highest standards. In the coming months, we will face new fascinating and exciting challenges that will give new opportunities for work to Italian talents ».

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