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Nokia announced that it has been selected by Taiwan Mobile (TWM) as the sole supplier of its 5G network in a three-year framework deal worth approximately 400 million euros. The initial phase of the deal, which includes 5G RAN, 5G Core and 5G IMS, begins this month with the deployment of 5G non-standalone with the aim of migrating to 5G standalone within a three-year period. Nokia is a long-standing partner of TWM and will support the company in its efforts to execute its ‘Super 5G strategy’ which is focused on sustainability and digital transformation.  

Read more: Nokia selected as Taiwan Mobile’s sole 5G network provider

ZTE Corporation announced that ZTE and the Jiangsu branch of China Telecom have deployed 5G 200 MHz Qcell 4T4R digital indoor distribution system in the indoor scenarios with high amounts of data traffic, such as shopping malls and subway stations, in Xuzhou, China. The system provides high-quality 5G indoor coverage and accelerates future 5G indoor system deployment.

Read more: ZTE deploys 5G indoor coverage system to support data traffic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to diverse industries and sectors. But it cannot prevent the rapid development of the ICT industry, it would seem. The Organizing Committee of Interop Tokyo 2020 - the largest ICT exhibition in Japan - has announced the winners of the Best of Show Awards. Huawei's innovative products and solutions have won eight awards, demonstrating their unique technical advantages.

Read more: Huawei wins big at ICT event despite challenges faced during pandemic

ZTE Corporation announced that ZTE and China Mobile have launched China's first 5G medical edge cloud platform. As a new-generation 5G information communication infrastructure for medical industry customers, it is the industry's first 5G intelligent edge cloud platform, employing a cloud-network integrated architecture.

Read more: New collaboration solidifies 5G edge cloud’s position in healthcare

Huawei announced the worldwide launch of the next-generation mass storage system -- OceanStor Pacific Series. The series delivers efficient, cost-effective, and reliable services for AI, HPC, videos, and other mass data scenarios by breaking architectural, service, and performance boundaries, and leveraging uncompromised multi-protocol interworking, next-generation elastic EC algorithm, and a series of dedicated hardware. This series marks a new standard for future-oriented mass data storage, helping enterprises fully unleash data power in the intelligent age.

Read more: Huawei unveils innovative mass storage system to support digital production

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