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Qualcomm President: China’s 5G scale will lead the world

Xinhua News Agency, Los Angeles, December 9th (Reporter Tan Jingjing) Cristiano Amon, president of Qualcomm Corporation of America, said in an interview with reporters from Xinhua News Agency during a recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 5G Technology Summit in Hawaii, USA: The world. In the 5G era, China’s mobile ecosystem will be very competitive. ”

Amon said that China is continuously accelerating 5G deployment and may have the world’s largest 5G network. He said, “The construction speed of China’s base stations is amazing. If Chinese operators’  5G plans start as scheduled, it is expected that China will have 1 million 5G base stations by the end of 2020. This will not only connect billions of smartphones but also billions of smartphones. Other smart devices and the entire industry benefit from 5G development. ”

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        Amon appreciates the cooperation results between Qualcomm 5G and Chinese partners and hopes to continue to work closely with Chinese partners in the 5G era, not only supporting their development in the domestic market but also helping Chinese smartphones to go abroad.

5G has the characteristics of high speed, low delay, and high reliability. It is an important infrastructure for the development of the new generation of information technology and the digital economy. Amon said that 5G will open up exciting new opportunities and bring unprecedented changes to the way the world connects, calculates and communicates.

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In June this year, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China officially issued 5G commercial licenses to the three major Chinese operators and China Radio and Television, marking that China officially entered the first year of 5G commercialization. Many Chinese technology companies have launched 5G smartphones.


Muhammad Zeeshan

Freelancer and a blogger with a focus on technology.

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