China Mobile 5G Innovation Center has partnered Huawei to unveil the first 5G network based 8K VR live broadcast. According to Huawei, VR is destined to become a popular future application and is already growing increasingly recognized throughout the industry as one of the top 5G services. Compared with technically mature 4K VR live broadcast (requiring 50–80 Mbps data rate), 8K VR services require a … Continue reading China Mobile, Huawei demo first 8K VR broadcast
Nokia and China Mobile have signed a one-year frame agreement – valued at up to €1billion – to underpin the mobile operator’s move to a future-oriented network infrastructure, while delivering seamless connectivity to meet growing data traffic demand. Under the agreement, Nokia will provide China Mobile with best-in-class, end-to-end technology services to enable a next-generation network for the age of the cloud and machine communications. Nokia will … Continue reading Nokia, China Mobile cement development collaboration with new €1b frame agreement
Nokia and China Mobile have signed an MoU to assess how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning can optimize future networks and facilitate the delivery of new Edge Cloud and 5G services. The companies will jointly establish a laboratory in Hangzhou, China to develop the demo system to verify technology use cases using Nokia’s 5G Future X architecture, while China Mobile will lead the research … Continue reading Nokia, China Mobile join forces in AI, 5G research push
China Mobile International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Mobile, has hosted an opening ceremony for its first Japan office, as part of a push to capitalize on a boost in Chinese tourism during the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. The ceremony was attended by Mr. Song Yaoming, Minister for Economic and Commercial Affairs, Chinese Embassy in Japan, Mr. Takagi Seiji, Director, International Strategy Bureau, Japan’s Ministry of … Continue reading CHINA MOBILE EYES TOKYO OLYMPICS OPP WITH LAUNCH OF FIRST JAPAN POP
Nokia’s Nuage Networks has been chosen by China Mobile Software Technical Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Mobile, as the SDN platform for the operator’s public and private enterprise cloud services.