China Mobile Set to Launch Fifth Generation Device (5G) Next Year 2019
China Mobile Set to Launch Fifth Generation Device (5G) 2019: I am always jealous China when it come to creativity and technology, and how i wish the world-power will give us the opportunity to show the world what we have by given us BIAFRA which is the land of the rising Sun. Igbo’s are very creative and industrious like china, but that is a by the way we shall come for that. However, China is gradually becoming number one in mobile technology. Currently China Mobile is set to Launch Fifth Generation Device, 5G in the first half of the year, 2019. According to Li Huidi who is the vice-president of the major telecommunication carrier. It is a part of the move for precommercial trial in 2019 and 2020.
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Relating to this he also ruled that the company is set to roll out customer premises equipment in the first quarter of next year been 2019.
Recall that Global Consultancy EY has predicted that China is likely to advance its target for the commercial launch of 5G connections to 2019, to potentially become one of the first 5G-ready markets in the world.
It is in bid to give connection faster than 4G devices that China Mobile tends to launch the 5G device. Chinese telecom companies are seeking to maintain their lead in the global race for 5G connectivity, which will offer connection speeds at least 10 times faster than 4G services.
Li said that China Mobile Group Device Co Ltd has built an innovative center for intelligent hardware in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, which has already entered operation, adding it lays a solid foundation for the launch of 5G terminals next year.
The company’s pronouncement came on the same day its subsidiary, China Mobile Logistics, declared a major plan to align with leading logistics companies, including SF Express and DHL, to strengthen its business.
The vice president and General Manager of northern branch of SF express, Liu Xiaoli said, “Through our partnership with China Mobile Logistics, we plan to leverage more cutting-edge technologies, including the internet of things, into services such as package sorting and vehicle dispatching”.
In the same line, Cui Zhongfu, vice-president and secretary of the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing, said that the partnership aims to bring together resources to optimize the supply chain, as logistics plays a core role in promoting supply chain development.