Further Consolidate Industry Leading PositionFurther Consolidate Industry Leading Position
(November 6, 2018, Hong Kong) ─ Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Limited (“Comba Telecom” or “the Group”, SEHK stock code: 2342), a leading global wireless solutions provider, is pleased to announce the Group has won the tender of Multi-distributed Access System (“MDAS”) centralized procurement project (2018-2019) of China Mobile in the 1st place, and won the tender of 4G Picocell centralized procurement project (2018-2019) of China Mobile in the 2nd place, as well as a number of railway communications projects in multiple cities.
4G Picocell is a new type of 4G indoor cellular coverage solutions that can quickly enhance the cellular network coverage and capacity. It can be widely used in mid-small sized indoor scenarios such as office buildings, commercial complex, guest houses, hotels, small stores, and restaurants, etc. The 4G Picocell tender includes two standard tender packages –singular and dual carrier integrated Picocell, and the extended Picocell, the Group won the tender with the bidding shares of 19.6% and 15.9%, respectively, and a contract sum of over RMB100 million.
In addition, the group has also been successful in other projects. In October, the Group won the tender of MDAS project (2018-2019) of China Mobile with the share of 21.1% and a contract sum of approximate RMB100 million. From September to October, the Group won tenders of railway communications projects in multiple cities (i.e, Nanning, Xiamen, Hangzhou, and Wuhu, etc.) with a total contract sum of over RMB100 million.
Mr. Zhang Yuejun, Vice Chairman and President of Comba Telecom, said, “As a pioneer of indoor coverage solutions, the Group continues to explore and innovate, and lead small cell as one of the key products of the innovative indoor coverage solutions. The successful Picocell and MDAS tenders further showcased the Group’s innovation, technology and comprehensive strengths in indoor coverage. Meanwhile, the Group continued to deepen its capabilities in railway communications, and the market share continued to expand. Looking ahead, we will continue to strengthen our R&D efforts, focus on network coverage in indoors and different scenarios, strategically well positioned to better prepare for 5G.”