The 9th Global Mobile Broadband Forum – "5G Inspiring the Future" – kicked off in London today, gathering more than 2,200 leaders and analysts from mobile telecom operators, vertical industries, and standards organizations around the world.
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Qualcomm has unveiled that it is planning to establish three technology and testing centers in Taiwan which will help in the commercial development of 5G and advanced technologies. The research and design centers will be established in Hsinchu in the north of the country and will be operational in 2019.
The 5G era is approaching. In order to meet the endless application requirements of telecom operators' 5G networks, the implementation of 5G network slicing technology is indispensable. Operators need to deploy network slices according to vertical industries (such as AR/VR, Internet of Vehicles), different regions, virtual operators, etc.
ZTE Corporation reported net profit of RMB 564 million for the third quarter. The company strengthened its cost control, and reduced its sales and management expenses on a year-on-year basis.
In the third quarter, ZTE posted operating revenue of RMB 19.3 billion, and its R&D investment reached RMB 3.47 billion, covering 17.9% of the quarter’s revenue, a year-on-year increase of 6.7%, compared with 11.2% of the same period last year.
Huawei’s Ascend 310 chip stood out among more than 400 technology achievements to win Fifth World Internet Conference (WIC) World Leading Scientific and Technological Achievement award. This honor recognizes artificial intelligence (AI) system-on-chips (SoC) as having the industry’s strongest compute capabilities for edge computing scenarios, with support from the unified and scalable Da Vinci architecture. This marks the third consecutive year Huawei has received this award and the opportunity to showcase its innovation during the conference.
Japan's mobile telecommunications pioneer, NTT Docomo, reported an increase of about 4% in revenues and net profit in the first half, showing good conditions despite competition.
ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet has expressed its delight that it was ranked among the top 100 glonbal innovators by PwC in its latest report entitled ‘The 2018 Global Innovation 1000 Study’.
China Mobile International Limited (CMI) yesterday announces the launch of its Middle East office in Dubai, further deepening its investment and collaboration with the Middle East.
The mobile unit of Japan’s SoftBank is set to win listing approval from the Tokyo Stock Exchange on November 12 with December 19 as the listing date. The listing, which will most likely be Japan’s biggest ever, makes SoftBank and its more than $93 billion Vision Fund one of the world’s largest technology investors.
TE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that it has provided a comprehensive solution for customized wireless network coverage for the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) in partnership with the Guangdong arm of China Mobile.