Shenzhen, China, 30 June 2016– ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that IHS Technology, a well-known

consulting company, has recently released its market analysis for the second half of 2016

– “Macrocell Mobile Backhaul Equipment”. The report points out the fact that ZTE ranked No.2 in Asia-Pacific market share for Ethernet Macrocell Mobile Backhaul in 2015. The Ethernet Macrocell

Mobile Backhaul market includes traditional IP Edge Routers and carrier Ethernet switch (CES), which relates to the ZTE PTN/IP RAN ZXCTN 6000 series, ZXCTN 9000/9000E series, ZXCTN 6500 series, the high-end router ZXR10 M6000, high-end router ZXR10 T8000 and switches.

ZTE provides wireless access oriented Fronthaul and Backhaul solutions, and fixed line access oriented Metro-E solutions. It provides equipment with the highest integration and the largest capacity in the industry, as well as the most complete access, to meet all-environment bearing needs. The exiting solutions support smooth evolution towards 400G,

which can perfectly meet network construction needs in the era of Pre5G/5G, big data, cloud computing, and Internet of Things.

Mr. Zhu Yongxing, ZTE vice president says, “With the time of Pre5G/5G approaching, network infrastructure and bearer networks are preparing to meet its rollout based on our

full series of products and E2E solutions. Recently we

have gained a gradual increase in Asia-Pacific market share and won the recognition of many operators in the Asia-Pacific area.”

ZTE’s innovative products and solutions serve its global customers well and to date, its bearer network products have served more than 600 operators in over 130 countries and regions around the world.

Notes: IHS was founded in 1959, and is based in Denver, USA. It is a leading global provider of key information, products, solutions and services with its customers located in more than 100

countries and regions around the world. It serves governments and enterprises in the six core industries of power, electronics, aeronautics and astronautics, national defence, telecom, architecture, and automotive.