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Will you rise to 5G when 4G is mature? China Mobile said that it will not reduce 5G investment: Huawei Zhongda single

via:快科技     time:2023/5/27 11:05:35     readed:209

Fast Technology May 27 news, previous institutional research said that the 4G network is mature, which may lead many operators to reduce the investment of 5G network, but China Mobile does not agree with this statement.

China Mobile (recently announced the public tender announcement for the centralized procurement of 5G wireless network main equipment from 2023 to 2024, which was interpreted by the market as a significant reduction in the bidding scale of 5G base stations. In response, China Mobile responded that it was misreading and would continue to increase investment in 5G.

4G成熟 你会升5G吗?中国移动喊话不缩减5G投入:华为等中新集采大单

According to the data released by China Mobile, this collection involves self-built 5G 2.6GHz/4.9GHz base station equipment and co-built and shared 5G 700MHz base station equipment, using a single source, with a total scale of more than 412700 stations.

Among them, the scale of 5G 2.6GHz/4.9GHz base station equipment is 251700 stations, and the capacity of 5G 700MHz base station equipment is about 161000 stations in this period.

From the supplier's point of view, the two single-source designated suppliers are: Shanghai Nokia Bell Co., Ltd., Ericsson (China) Communications Co., Ltd., Huawei Technology Co., Ltd., ZTE Co., Ltd., Datang Mobile Communication equipment Co., Ltd.

Dong Xin, general manager of China Mobile, said that in building a new information infrastructure, China Mobile has opened more than 1.55 million 5G base stations. According to rough statistics, with the landing of the collection results of this round, the number of 5G base stations of China Mobile will be close to 2.05 million.

4G成熟 你会升5G吗?中国移动喊话不缩减5G投入:华为等中新集采大单

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