ZTE leads the ‘future of technology’ conversation, joins PH Telecom leaders at the Asian Carriers Conference 2022

ZTE, a leading global telecom and information technology company, joined telecom industry operators and shakers from the Philippines during the 2022 Asian Carriers Conference (ACC) held in Boracay.

ZTE is showcasing the company’s R&D strength and product portfolio depth at the Asian Carriers Conference in Boracay.

The 5-day conference brought together the leading telecom and ICT professionals from the ASEAN region, providing them with a venue to network, learn and build stronger business partnerships to drive innovation in the Asian telecom industry even further.

ZTE, one of the main sponsors of the exhibition, showcased its R&D strength and depth of its product range with a stunning display of networks and consumer products, never before launched in the Philippines.

These include 5G mobile phones like ZTE AXON 40, Android TV streaming box like ZXV10 B866V2K/B960GV14K Android TV OTT STB, network devices like AC1200 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit AP ZXHN H196A, AX3000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi AP/Extender , and the AX6000 Dual-band XGS-PON Gateway, among others.

“ZTE is the leader in e2e solutions in the ICT industries, including hardware, wireless, transportation services, core services and applications. ZTE brings the latest technologies and innovations to people and organizations in the Philippines to build a digital society. Danny Yeoh, CTO Group Director at ZTE, said, ZTE is committed to building the Philippines’ digital transformation journey, partnering with the country’s leading ICT solutions companies.

ZTE Group CTO Director Danny Yeoh delivers a keynote address at the conference.

For the Philippines, Yeoh reaffirmed ZTE’s commitment to showcase the company’s contributions and achievements in the past 20 years, specifically in technology, economic growth, and knowledge transfer.

ZTE has built 5 offices across the country, employs more than 1000 across the country and enjoys more than 600 business partners at present.