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  • Huawei leads China's 5G phone market in Q1

    Huawei took the lead in China's 5G smartphone market in the first quarter of 2020, the company said at its 2020 Global Analyst Summit.


  • China Mobile signs 5G cooperation agreement with China Broadcasting Network

    China Mobile Communications Group Co., Ltd. and China Broadcasting Network Co., Ltd. recently signed a framework agreement on jointly developing and sharing 5G contents and platforms.


  • China's industrial internet industry to usher in great dev.

    Chinese local governments have recently stepped up efforts to support the development of the industrial internet industry, an important sector in the construction of the new infrastructure, reported Economic Information Daily Tuesday.


  • China beefs up efforts to expand new type of consumption

    China has continued to roll out measures at central and local levels recently to expand the new type of consumption, reported Economic Information Daily Monday.


  • China has over 200,000 5G base stations in use

    The number of 5G base stations in use nationwide has exceeded 200,000, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said Sunday.


  • Southwest China's Chongqing to build over 100,000 5G base stations in 3 years

    Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality plans to build over 100,000 5G base stations in the following three years in a bid to promote 5G network layout, industry cultivation and integrated application, according to a conference held last Friday.


  • Shanghai to invest 10 bln yuan in 5G construction in 2020

    A total of nearly 10 billion yuan will be invested in 5G construction this year in China's economic center Shanghai, according to an official with Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization on Thursday.


  • China's smartphone market down in Q1 amid COVID-19: report

    China's smartphone market took a hit in the first quarter of 2020 as the country struggled with the COVID-19 epidemic, but major smartphone vendors recorded better-than-expected performances, an industrial report showed.


  • China's new economic drivers maintain growth in Q1

    China's new economic drivers such as the internet, 5G, artificial intelligence, and Internet of Things have maintained growth in the first quarter of this year, Huang Libin, spokesperson of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) told a press briefing on Thursday.


  • Southwest China's Kunming to build 5,000 5G base stations in 2020

    Kunming, the capital city of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, will build 5,000 5G base stations this year and have 5G network coverage for all its counties during the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025), Yunnan Daily reported on Wednesday citing local authorities.


  • China defines meaning of "new infrastructure" to energize economic development

    China has recently defined the meaning of "new infrastructure" with an aim to better beef up the country’s economic development.


  • Huawei's Q1 business results in line with expectations

    Chinese tech giant Huawei on Tuesday reported its sales revenue totaled 182.2 billion yuan (about 25.7 billion U.S. dollars) for the first quarter of 2020, up 1.4 percent year on year.


  • Shanghai's Lingang Area to realize full coverage of 5G network by 2025

    Shanghai's Lingang Area, a newly launched section of the Shanghai free trade zone, will speed up construction of its 5G network from 2020 to 2025, according to a special plan for communication infrastructure in the area released Monday.


  • China Focus: Telecom giants to recast SMS messaging as 5G darling

    Imagine one versatile killer app that bundles together the functions of WeChat, TikTok and so on and one that gets unanimous support of the telecom and smartphone giants in the world's largest 5G market.


  • Shenzhen Aoto Electronics, China Unicom research institute join hands in AI+5G cooperation

    Shenzhen Aoto Electronics Co. (002587.SZ) signed a three-year strategic agreement with China Unicom Network Technology Research Institute in cooperation with application of AI and 5G technologies, according to the company's filling to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.


  • China's cultural tourism industry rides on 5G amid epidemic

    With online cultural products flourishing amid the epidemic, China's cultural tourism industry hopes to grab the opportunities brought by digital development based on 5G technologies.


  • China's telecom companies plan hefty 5G investments

    China's four major telecom firms are planning to spend 197.3 billion yuan (about 27.8 billion U.S. dollars) on 5G technology in 2020 as the country seeks to deploy "new infrastructure" projects to offset the economic impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak.


  • China expects over 550,000 5G base stations running by 2020

    China has entered into a critical period of 5G network construction with more than 550,000 5G base stations expected to be put in operation nationwide by the end of 2020, Wang Zhiqin, deputy director of the CAICT, said in an article published Wednesday.


  • Smartphone makers set off a wave of 5G phone releases in China

    A number of smartphone manufacturers have unveiled new 5G cellphones in China recently, which is expected to drive the country's mobile phone shipments to improve against the impact of the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, according to the Xinhua-run


  • China accelerates 5G construction, boosting confidence in telecom industry

    China will speed up the development of 5G projects which were delayed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19), and is expected to push forward large-scale 5G construction in the second half of this year, reported the Xinhua-run China Securities Journal.


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