ZTE and China Unicom complete 5G NR trials

Chinese telecommunications technology solutions provider ZTE has announced completing 5G New Radio (NR) field trials with China Unicom, attaining data rates of up to 2Gbps for single-user equipment. ZTE made use of its pre-commercial sub-6GHz 5G base ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom and ZTE completes 5G radio field trials

ZTE, Chinese telecommunication technology solution provider has finally announced the completion of 5G New Radio (NR) field trial with China Unicom. copyright www.naijapr.com It made use of its pre-commercial sub 6GHz 5g base station at the 3.5GHz ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom successfully completes first 5G NR field test

China Unicom has completed its first field test of 5G NR (new radio) technology, achieving data rates of up to 2 gigabits per second on single-user equipment via a pre-commercial ZTE 5G base station. The base station was deployed at under 6GHz with massive ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom Completes 5G NR Field Test With ZTE

SHENZHEN, China -- ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced the company supported China Unicom in the operator’s ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing says US apologises for ‘Republic of China’ gaffe

China said Monday the United States apologised after Beijing officially protested a White House statement that mistakenly described Xi Jinping as the president of the "Republic of China". Xi is president of the People's Republic of China, while the ... ( read original story ...)

Banking reform in China: Too little, too late?

China’s economic expansion requires a responsive and responsible banking system to keep money flowing. This means financial reform in how China does business or else face severe financial implications having global consequences. China’s economy has ... ( read original story ...)

China says US has apologized for Taiwan name gaffe

Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said China asked the United States for an explanation of the mistake, and the U.S. said it was a technical error. Washington apologized and corrected the error, Geng said at a daily news briefing. In a statement ... ( read original story ...)