5G Network

China And South Korea Lead The Way In 5G Network Layout

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In the coming 5G network era, China’s technology is leading. According to statistics from IPlytics, as of September, Huawei has the largest number of 3325 applications for 5G SEP patents worldwide. Samsung has the second-highest number of 2,846 patents. The third-highest number of 2,463 has LG. Nokia Alcatel-Lucent, ZTE, Ericsson, Qualcomm, and Intel also are on the list.

Looking at the world, countries have reached a consensus on the needs and importance of 5G. But due to different support efforts and different construction progress, we can divide the global market into three categories.

The first category, including China and South Korea, is currently under a large scale construction․ By the way, the 5G network is gradually being applied to the ground, with clear plans for future communication technologies.

The second category includes a few European countries. They will deploy some sites for “big brands”, such as Australia, the United States and New Zealand.

The third category is countries that have not yet built 5G. It will take a long time to transition from 4G to the 5G era.

5G Network

At present, China has built 113,000 5G base stations and is expected to reach 130,000 by the end of this year. The number of 5G network package subscribers reached 870,000. From these figures, it can be seen, that the development momentum of 5G is very gratifying.

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Huawei is also proud of its rivals in terms of shipments of 5G network base stations. According to public data, Huawei has signed more than 60 5G contracts with British businessmen and shipped 400,000 5G base stations. Huawei predicts to produce 1.5 million base stations next year. It can sell 2 million base stations in the next two years.

In the test data released this year, the fastest test speed has Japan, up to 4.52Gb. This is similar to the 5G effect of Sprint, a US-based local communications company. Huawei’s 5G is almost 20 times faster than operators in other countries. The next 90-minute high-bit-rate movie takes just a few seconds to download.


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