India's state-owned operators to participate against Huawei and ZTE GSM project bid

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India's state-owned operators to participate against Huawei and ZTE GSM project bid

Post  cy7891 on Mon May 24, 2010 2:34 pm

May 24, according to coach outlet
media reports, India's state-owned telecom operator BSNL today said it has prohibited the Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei and ZTE to participate in its GSM North and East project bid.

BSNL chairmancoach bagsSeoul (Kuldeep Goyal), said: "Compared with the Chinese equipment manufacturers, equipment vendors in Western Europe really expensive, it is an indisputable fact. However, the Government instructed us not ordering equipment manufacturers in China particular focus on projects within the region. "

Goyal also said Huawei and ZTE are excluded, it is now only three Western European companies to bid, respectively, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens and Alcatel-Lucent.

Recently, the coach handbagsrepeated refusal of the Department of Indian telecom operators in the local procurement of China's major telecom equipment request on the grounds that because of "national security." As India's largest two Chinese telecom equipment supplier, Huawei and ZTE the first casualty of the "ban" a victim.

Huawei middle of this month has said that the cheap coach bagsGovernment of India is willing to provide its network of source code to discourage the Government of India's security concerns.

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