ZTE among top three vendors in video conferencing systems

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: According to Wainhouse Report, ZTE is among the top three vendors in video conferencing.


ZTE achieved a 12 percent market share in endpoint units, the third-highest among all vendors globally. In the Asia Pacific region, ZTE was the leading video-conferencing vendor with 27 percent market share in infrastructure revenue, according to Wainhouse Research Q3 report.

"We believe ZTE's secure, reliable and innovative video conference products will bring tremendous value to all markets," said ZTE Video Conference Product Director Yang Long. "We've been working on R&D in the video-conferencing sphere for two decades and are devoted to helping our customers realize the benefits of intelligent communication solutions."

ZTE multimedia video conferencing systems have been applied to multiple operators and industrial video conferencing backbone networks around the globe. At Infocom ZTE has launched and demonstrated its first video conferencing terminal that supports the H.265 protocol.

ZTE also launched its TrueSee T900 terminal, which supports 4 HD 1080p60 simultaneous transmissions at the Beijing Communication Expo in September. The company also won the Audio/Video Qualification Excellence Award from the China Association of Recording Engineers, becoming the only video conferencing vendor with this qualification.