ZTE Corporation, a global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, is offering users in Japan two new 4G mobile routers. It was announced Thursday, Sept. 26.
They come with data download speeds of 110 Megabits per second, delivering the world’s fastest mobile data access to consumers and businesses, claims ZTE.
The ZTE “Pocket WiFi SoftBank 203Z” and “Pocket WiFi (GL09P)” 4G routers, which are made available by major Japanese operators SoftBank and eAccess respectively, are powered by Qualcomm’s new Gobi chipset, supporting LTE Advanced and carrier aggregation technology.
The new routers are supposed to handle bandwidth-hungry applications such as gaming and online videos.
ZTE 4G Mobile Routers
The new ZTE mobile routers offer multi-network compatibility, supporting three network types – AXGP, FDD-LTE and W-CDMA.
Both “Pocket WiFi SoftBank 203Z” and “Pocket WiFi (GL09P)” support simultaneous connections by as many as 14 users, and are equipped with an 5,000 mAh high-capacity battery, allowing 900 hours of standby time and 14 hours of continuous use, says the company.
ZTE has partnered with SoftBank and eAccess on the new LTE routers. As a long-term partner, ZTE has provided SoftBank with five router products, two of which support LTE.
According to ZTE, the first collaboration between ZTE and eAccess will bring more opportunities for subsequent market expansions.
ZTE Mobile Devices is a division of ZTE Corporation, a global telecommunications equipment, networks and mobile devices company headquartered in Shenzhen, China.