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After the United States and Australia, Canada might be next on the list. US Senators Marco Rubio and Mark Warner have called upon Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold off the deployment of 5G network equipment supplied by Huawei.
Chinese telecommunications behemoth ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today unveiled its 5G Common Core solution at the SDN NFV World Conference which was hosted in the Hague, Netherlands.
At Huawei Connect 2018, under the theme of “Power of the Platform,” Huawei Enterprise Business Group shared how its new digital platform strategy will enable governments and enterprises to accelerate digital transformation and achieve new levels of innovation and growth. Huawei also announced its AI + Digital Platform that adapts to various scenarios across industries; and a partnership with Tianjin Binhai New Area to create a smart city based on the adoption of the new AI + Digital Platform. In addition, Huawei launched a new smart campus solution which is being implemented by Vanke, a leading China-based real estate developer, to reshape its enterprise operations for growth and competitiveness.
Recently, China Mobile Hong Kong Company Limited (CMHK) announced that it will partner with Huawei to build a 5G-ready comprehensive transport network covering 5G transport, enterprise private lines, and home broadband. This project marks CMHK's transformation from providing pure mobile services to fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) services, and strengthens the strategic partnership between Huawei and CMHK over network construction.
A US federal judge has taken the decision to extend a court-appointed monitoring period on Chinese telecommunications behemoth ZTE by two years - after it was discovered that the vendor had violated a probation that was imposed on the company after it had illegally shipped US goods to Iran.
Countries around the world are racing to the 5G finish line. From Berlin to Beijing, every government wants the honour of claiming title to the first 5G City. And what better stage to showcase their achievement than international sporting competitions, whose audiences often exceed one billion viewers?
Nowadays, more and more operators are realizing that video is not just a value-added service on top of traditional telco services but is also fundamental to future strategy, especially in the coming 5G era. 5G cellular will enable significantly greater capacity and dramatically lower latency, and optimized support for Ultra High Definition (UHD) streaming video embedded with many advanced applications and services including Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), telemedicine, education, and various IoT enabled applications and services
SES is recognized as the world’s leading satellite operator and the first to deliver a differentiated and scalable GEO-MEO offering worldwide, with over 70 satellites in Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) and in Medium Earth Orbit (MEO).