Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Russia puts Huawei in the driving seat for building high-tech superhighways

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 09 October 20

Government-owned infrastructure company Avtodor has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huawei to jointly develop connected roads

On Wednesday, Huawei signed a MoU with state infrastructure company Avtodor to cooperate on the creation of high-speed roads.    The deal potentially includes the deployment of ‘optical communication lines’ alongside roads, which will form the backbone for a network of autonomous vehicles. In addition, plans will be put in place to ensure that there is a stable mobile connection throughout the road network…

On Wednesday, Huawei signed a MoU with state infrastructure company Avtodor to cooperate on the creation of high-speed roads.    The deal potentially includes the deployment of ‘optical communication lines’ alongside roads, which will form the backbone for a network of autonomous vehicles. In addition, plans will be put in place to ensure that there is a stable mobile connection throughout the road network…

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