Banglalink and ZTE to Build the World's Largest ‘Virtual Subscriber Data Management’ Platform with over 35 Million Bangladeshi Beneficiaries


Banglalink, one of the leading digital communications service providers of Bangladesh and ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, have signed an agreement to build the world’s largest virtual Subscriber Data Management (vSDM) platform. Senior officials from both the parties were present during the signing. Over 35 million users of Banglalink will benefit from the newly transformed network which has made Banglalink’s network the world's largest virtualization SDM platform.

vSDM will help to manage Banglalink’s customer data more efficiently and increase service availability. The upgraded network can simultaneously support 2G/3G/4G/ VoWiFi/ VoLTE and other high tech services. With this virtualization network, users can enjoy faster mobile broadband, video chat, multimedia conference, multimedia message and other services. This technology will also ensure a faster network and its seamless connectivity will help users engage with the digital world.

Sanjay Vaghasia, Chief Technology Officer, Banglalink said, “Bangladeshi people are getting more data oriented in their daily lives, staying always connected is critical in today’s world. With the growing demand for being online, digitalization is inevitable, Banglalink has been working relentlessly to increase internet penetration in order to create a truly digitally inclusive society. Our partnership with ZTE will enable us to embrace not only the digital agenda but with virtualization at an incredible pace, help us escalate faster, and increase our reach to our end customers whilst maintaining the highest standards of security.”

Vincent Liu, CEO of ZTE Corporation Bangladesh LTD., ZTE said, “Digitalization has become the vital part of today’s world. It is a proud moment for us to partner with Banglalink and bring more people under the coverage of latest vSDM technology.” – Communications Today Bureau