Saturday, 28 November 2020

The road to 5G - Beyond 100G OTN

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 25 October 19

As operators in China gear up for the world’s biggest 5G launch next year, they are facing huge challenges and opportunities. How does ZTE plan to help them cope with these, especially in terms of large bandwidth over ultra-long distance transmission?

As the world gears up for the next wave of 5G launches in 2020, one stands out from the crowd. The sheer scale of China's 5G deployment means that it will be the stand out event of the global telecoms industry next year. Since China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the 5G licenses in June 2019, the country's big three mobile network operators have been gearing up to undertake the world's largest 5G rollout campaign. When China's MNOs do launch 5G services in the first half of 2020, they will be tasked with bringing 5G network services to 1.4 billion people, spread across a landmass of around 9.6 million square kilometers. Demand for the cutting-edge technology that will help operators launch the next generation of mobile network services in China is set to sky rocket.   At this year's Mobile World Congress event in Shanghai, representatives from China's MNOs confirmed that they would require hundreds of thousands of base stations each…

As the world gears up for the next wave of 5G launches in 2020, one stands out from the crowd. The sheer scale of China's 5G deployment means that it will be the stand out event of the global telecoms industry next year. Since China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the 5G licenses in June 2019, the country's big three mobile network operators have been gearing up to undertake the world's largest 5G rollout campaign. When China's MNOs do launch 5G services in the first half of 2020, they will be tasked with bringing 5G network services to 1.4 billion people, spread across a landmass of around 9.6 million square kilometers. Demand for the cutting-edge technology that will help operators launch the next generation of mobile network services in China is set to sky rocket.   At this year's Mobile World Congress event in Shanghai, representatives from China's MNOs confirmed that they would require hundreds of thousands of base stations each…

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