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ZTE exhibits multi-node navigation device
2010. 28 September
by Anuradha Shukla, MIS Asia To be used for dispatching, navigation, emergency communications and dispatching purposes, and compatible with all four major
satellite navigation systems currently in use, the device was demonstrated on Russian Day at EXPO 2010 Shanghai.
(networkworld.com) JSFC SISTEMA and ZTE have teamed up to offer the world's first multi-node navigation device.
To be used for dispatching, navigation, emergency communications and dispatching purposes, and compatible with all four major satellite navigation systems currently in use, the device was demonstrated on Russian Day at EXPO 2010 Shanghai.
This solution, jointly developed by diversified public financial company JSFC SISTEMA, its R&D division Intellect Telecom, and global telecommunications network-solutions and equipment provider ZTE, is specifically designed to receive and process signals from the four major satellite navigation systems--the Chinese BEIDOU, the European GALILEO, the Russian GLONASS and the American GPS systems.
As such, this device is to be the cornerstone of a reliable and very efficient positioning service that will also be able to handle calls made over mobile telephone networks such as CDMA and GSM.
The multi-node navigation device is currently compatible with GPS and GLONASS, which are available in the market, and will also work with GALILEO and BEIDOU upon their release.
Easy to use
Yuri Gromakov, CEO of Intellect Telecom, said the current demand for a reliable navigation system that can be used anywhere in the world is very great. Thanks to ZTE innovation, Gromakov said, Intellect is able to offer an effective solution that can fill this need by combining an easy-to-use device with a global navigation system.
ZTE and Intellect worked very closely to be able to craft a device that could offer reliable service and thus appeal to Intellect's subscribers, according to Zeng Li, president, ZTE sales division.
Li added that this strategic partnership had been in the works since 2009, that a successful joint demonstration organised by the two partner companies was made at SviazExpocomm in Moscow in May this year, and that other devices such as navigators and handheld terminals for CDMA and GSM also debuted at EXPO 2010 Shanghai on Russian Day.Source: www.networkworld.com