ZTE Telecom India Private Limited provides distributes telecom equipment and systems. The company also provides repair, support, and maintenance services for its telecom equipment. ZTE Telecom India Private Limited was formerly known as ZTE Kangxun Telecom Company India Private Limited. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Gurgaon, India. ZTE Telecom India Private Limited is a subsidiary of ZTE Corp.
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ZTE India Reports Sales Results for the Fiscal Year 2014
Jul 29 14
ZTE India reported sales results for the fiscal year 2014. The company recorded total sales Of CNY 2.9 billion in fiscal year 2013-2014. The firm's network operations business generated sales of CNY 2.4 billion, while sales of handsets accounted for the remainder. According to the report, operations in India represent nearly 3% of ZTE's overall revenues.
Court Orders Expedited Hearing in Vringo Lawsuit Against ZTE Telecom India Private Limited and ZTE Corporation
Dec 16 13
Vringo Inc. announced that the High Court of Delhi at New Delhi has ordered an expedited trial in Vringo's lawsuit against ZTE. The trial shall be completed within six months from the first day when the matter is listed before the localcommissioner. The learned Single Judge may take-up the matter after completion of trial on an expedited basis. The order follows the High Court's grant of an ex-parte ad-interim injunction on November 8, 2013, restraining ZTE from manufacturing, importing, selling, offering for sale, using, advertising (either directly or indirectly including through third party websites) infringing products, including mobile handsets, dongles, tablets, and infrastructure equipment compliant with the CDMA2000 technology associated with India Patent No. 243,980, owned by Vringo Infrastructure Inc. Vringo filed a suit against ZTE Telecom India Private Limited, ZTE Corporation, and Xu Dejun, Chief Executive Officer of ZTE Telecom India Private Limited, in the High Court of Delhi at New Delhi on November 7, 2013. The lawsuit alleges infringement of the 980 patent, titled Mobile Station Operable with Radio Access Network and a Packet Data Serving Node and a Method for Operating Such Mobile Station. In preparation for the expedited hearing, the High Court has set a schedule for pleadings and discovery and has appointed a commissioner to oversee the process of recording of evidence at the trial stage. Following a hearing, on December 12, 2013, the High Court passed a consent order ordering ZTE to pay a bond of INR 50 million (approximately $800,000) in place of the ex-parte ad-interim injunction. Further, ZTE Corporation and ZTE Telecom India Private Limited are required to file an affidavit of one of their Directors disclosing the number of CDMA devices sold by the ZTE entities in India and the revenues earned from such sales, along with appropriate documents such as invoices and bills of entry supporting the same for both past and future periods. The Court permitted Vringo to seek additional relief upon its review of the quantum of ZTE's sales pursuant to the foregoing disclosure. The Court further directed that the Indian Customs authorities continue to notify Vringo when all relevant ZTE goods are imported into India and give Vringo the opportunity to inspect such goods.