ZTE to Develop 5G Services in Partnership with China Mobile

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ZTE has unveiled its 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), smart home, smart education, big video, and terminal services at China Mobile Global Partners Conference 2017. ZTE, in collaboration with China Mobile, focused on six major 5G services at this event: 5G IoDT test, 5G experience car, 5G Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), 5G Wireless Access, 5G submarine, and 5G VR cloud game. 

ZTE, China Mobile, and Qualcomm Technologies jointly performed 3GPP R15-based end-to-end 5G NR system IoDT test. The test uses ZTE's 5G NR pre-commercial base stations and Qualcomm Technologies’ 5G NR UE prototype. The IoDT test was conducted in China Mobile 5G Innovation Center Lab, and was broadcast live on the conference. 

At the event, ZTE showed two-way interactive live broadcasting between the booth and a 5G experience car in the Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (HEMC). It is China's first 5G pre-commercial field Trial being constructed by ZTE and China Mobile. 

 ZTE partnered with China Mobile to show VR cloud games based on the 5G Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) architecture. On the cloud-aware soft network architecture, the components are orchestrated on demand for users' access to the virtual world, providing users with perfect and breathtaking immersive VR cloud gaming experience.

In 2016, ZTE became a partner of the China Mobile 5G Innovation Center, and ZTE's Pre5G Massive MIMO was used in China Mobile's networks. In June 2017, China Mobile and ZTE performed a joint test on the China's first 5G pre-commercial site in the HEMC. In the approaching 5G era, the partnership will be further deepened.

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