Huawei Named Asia Pacific Optical Vendor of the Year and Broadband Equipment Vendor of the Year by Frost & Sullivan

Telecommunication Press Releases Tuesday July 24, 2007 02:49

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., a leader in providing next generation networks for telecommunications operators around the world, today announced that it has received the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Award for Optical Vendor of the Year and Broadband Equipment Vendor of the Year. These awards recognize Huawei Technologies' outstanding performance in the Asia Pacific region in 2006.

As a leading supplier of optical equipment, Huawei puts forward the idea of evolution to the ALL IP-based transport network, and provides end-to-end network solutions and operation solutions that cover mobile transport, broadband transport and private line transport for operators around the world. Huawei remains the No.1 provider of optical solutions in Asia Pacific region since 2001, and is devoted to forming strategic partnerships with the global telecom operators, bringing the valuable solution in network programming, technology innovation, customized solution delivery and business development.

In the broadband equipment category, Huawei offers a total solution comprising ADSL, ADSL2+, VDSL, and GPON technologies. Huawei has been recognized as No.1 in global IP-DSLAM & MSAN market in 2006, with the products deployed in more than 85 countries around the world, and serving 120 million users.

Sin Siew Teyew, director of telecoms at global growth consulting company, Frost & Sullivan, says, "The transformation towards an all-IP network is seen as a prerequisite for service providers as customers continue to demand greater bandwidth. Optical and broadband solutions are significant components in this shift. Huawei has capitalised well on this and is expected to continue to do so as more and more service providers embark on this transformation journey."

The Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards was judged by a panel that comprised senior executives from leading telecommunication service providers in Asia Pacific, veteran industry experts, leading analysts and consultants and influential media organizations. Frost & Sullivan rigorously analyses specific criteria to determine the award recipients. All recipients are chosen for their exceptional growth in market share and sales revenue, as well as innovation in product and service.

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