ZTE's Man in Dallas

Woyke, Elizabeth
May 2009
Forbes Asia;5/25/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p58
The article focuses on the efforts of engineer George Sun in making ZTE USA, a U.S. division of Chinese telecommunication-equipment maker ZTE, among the best telecommunication companies. It states that the achievements of Sun include a $100 million in contracts with companies such as Sprint Nextel Corp. and regional carrier Metro PCS. It mentions that Sun developed a passion for third-generation (3G) cellular technology, recognizing its promise as a global wireless standard.


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