ZTE visualizes 5G networking

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9 September, 2019 12:00 AM printer

ZTE visualizes 5G networking

Zhongxing Telecommunication Equipment (ZTE) Corporation (ZTE) Corporation has figured out fifth generation (5G) networking in four basic operations of arithmetic.

The Chinese technology giant claimed the firm is ready to serve Bangladesh next generation ecosystem with the latest end-to-end commercial solution of 5G network.

According to ZTE President Xu Ziyang, who uses the four basic operations of arithmetic - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to figure out the best way to build a 5G network, ‘Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are four arithmetic operations.

However, to create an ideal 5G network, the order in which they are applied changes to subtraction, addition, division, and multiplication.’

In the aspect of 5G networking, subtraction focuses on the elimination of redundant structure to simplify the network.

First, subtraction means unifying the network control layer by means of Core or BBU cloud integration, micro-service, software, and hardware decoupling and other technologies, making logic functions combinable. Moreover, subtraction also involves simplifying the hardware equipment for access layer through multi-mode base stations, spectrum sharing, minimalist sites, and other means to make hardware capabilities shareable.

Finally, multiplication refers to the cross-border cooperation and application, that is, applying 5G to vertical industries, such as 5G control, 5G UAV, vehicle-to-network communication, augmented reality and virtual reality triggering the business model revolution in these vertical industries.

‘With the strong demand for 5G-based applications, coupled with the change in the business model of how 5G practitioners will cooperate, we have worked with our partners to explore a large number of 5G-based industry applications, promoting the development of cross-industry integration, advocating for the implementation of intelligent ports, intelligent industry, intelligent security and other industry applications while working together with partners to create a healthy and comprehensive industry-wide ecosystem,’ added Xu Zi Yang.

ZTE Bangladesh Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Pang Wei said the company is very ambitious to reach our goal in 5G technology expansion.

“We have doubled our investment in research & development. We are working rigorously to explore innovation in this sector. We have been working in Bangladesh for a very long time and we are ready to implement the results of our hard work, research, and innovation for the development of Bangladesh 5G ecosystem,” explained Pang.

As a firm practitioner of 5G technology, ZTE has created an end-to-end 5G commercial solution and worked with more than 100 customers to explore new 5G models through intensive R&D investment and a continuous focus on core technologies.