Winner Takes All

Beijing Review - - THIS WEEK -

Chil­dren pull crops and vegeta­bles dur­ing an amus­ing sports event at the Cen­tral Kinder­garten in Changx­ing County, east China’s Zhe­jiang Prov­ince, on Novem­ber 13. over­come the dif­fi­cul­ties of a com­plex con­struc­tion en­vi­ron­ment and the lack of op­ti­cal fiber to pro­vide tai­lored 4G so­lu­tions for the bridge and are pre­par­ing for the up­grad­ing to 5G ser­vice,” said Fang.

The crew ex­tended the cov­er­age area of the op­ti­cal fiber to 20 km, dou­ble the con­ven­tional max­i­mum on­shore cov­er­age, to en­sure full net­work sig­nal cov­er­age along the bridge.

“The Hong Kong-zhuhai-macao Bridge is a unique ap­pli­ca­tion of wire­less tech­nol­ogy, high­light­ing the high-qual­ity prod­ucts and ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy pro­vided by China’s com­mu­ni­ca­tion sec­tor,” said Fang.

The bridge is now ready to ac­cess the In­ter­net of Things, a ma­jor busi­ness goal of 5G tech­nol­ogy. From the very be­gin­ning of con­struc­tion, the tech­no­log­i­cal base needed for 5G was con­sid­ered in terms of net­work ar­chi­tec­ture, room for 5G sta­tions and the in­stall­ment of op­ti­cal fiber, Fang said.

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