Now it is massively announcing a 5G mobile infrastructure bet on three major telecom network operators that will support China's rapid digital transformation - which will turn many of the advanced applications and services that appear in science fiction decades ago into reality .
International agencies that oversee the unification of 5G mobile technologies are expected to release initial rules in the final stages of next year and 2019 to pave the way for mobile network operators to deploy 5G services from 2020 onwards.
Reported that China may lead the global innovation opportunities may lie in the development of 5G mobile technology.
Fan Xiaobing, ZTE senior vice president, said in Hong Kong: "China Mobile may want to launch its 5G business by 2019. Prior to its original plan, China Mobile is actively promoting the next generation of networks in China."
It is reported that in the second half of this year, ZTE established a true 5G network at Guangzhou University to test the next generation of networks.
Fan Xiaobing said that chips supporting 5G networks may be launched next year, while the first handsets supporting 5G networks may be listed after this.
The reports said that the companies are facing a big stake in ZTE and Huawei and their rivals overseas telecom equipment suppliers Ericsson and Nokia as the preparations for the deployment of 5G infrastructure in China and elsewhere will gradually come to an end Warming up
It is estimated that China's total investment in 5G mobile networks will reach 2.8 trillion yuan (about 424 billion U.S. dollars) between 2020 and 2030, which may be China's largest investment in telecommunications infrastructure.
Jefferies Investment BankSecuritiesAnalyst Edison Lee said recently, China wisdom city plans to make full use of high-speed 5G mobile network in the future, "artificial intelligence for public security, traffic management and disaster management" at the same time, the major Internet Co China the consumer will launch more advanced services.
Reported that China is already the world's second-largest economy, which is a global leader in the deployment and use of 4G mobile broadband. As of October 31 this year, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom together total about 1 billion 4G users.