ZTE Signs Agreement with Intel for IoT Innovation
ZTE Corporation and Intel announced Monday they have signed a strategic cooperation agreement at an IoT (Internet of Things) forum in Barcelona, Spain.
Both companies will jointly establish an innovative lab for research and development of future key IoT technologies, including experimental verification, evaluation, and research and development of related technologies, thereby providing integrated market-oriented IoT solutions.
ZTE is working for the commercial use of IoT and 5G in the IoT field. ZTE and Intel have previously cooperated in many fields, such as IoT access technologies, open-source collaboration, IoT platforms, and solution integration.
As an ICT enabler for the IoT industry, ZTE provides Internet of Everything (IoE) solutions involving narrow band IoT (NB-IoT), long term evolution (LTE), LTE-M ASICs, modules, OSs for smart devices and software development kits.
The company has formulated end-to-end security solutions to provide customers with security services for simultaneous planning, construction, and operation.
ZTE says it pushes to adapt to security strategies in different scenarios and create trustworthy application environments, OS platforms, and chip-level solutions for customers.