China-5G Development/Guangzhou

South China city takes lead in developing 5G technology

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Guangzhou City, south China - July 16, 2019 (Guangdong Radio and Television Station - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of city view
2. Various of people watching program on phone using 5G
3. Pedestrians
4. Aerial shot of city view
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Jushen, director, strategic customer marketing department, Telecom Guangzhou (ending with shots 6-7):
"The Guangzhou International Bio-Island has achieved full 5G coverage. People can make an appointment to experience driver-less car rides through an app. The island has the country's first autonomous vehicle road test site."
6. Various of people experiencing driver-less ride
7. Screens showing transportation supported by 5G network
8. Various of city view
9. Various of people experiencing 5G supported devices
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Xie Xiaowei, general director, Guangzhou Branch, China Mobile (partially overlaid with shots 11-13):
"5G access fees will be affordable. We are still deliberating over various fee standards for different service packages. Some high-end customers will have higher speed requirements for which we will be charging higher fees to access the faster speeds."
11. Logo reading 5G technology experience zone
12. Various of people using computers connected to 5G network
13. Various of conference in progress
14. Launching ceremony of 5G innovation center in Baiyun District, Guangzhou City
15. City view

Storyline


Guangzhou City, south China's Guangdong Province, has taken lead in developing 5G technology as by 2021, the city will have established 65,000 5G base stations and achieved 5G coverage across its urban areas.

The 2019 5G Innovation and Development Conference recently held in Guangzhou offered people an inside look into the historic changes and tremendous business opportunities to the mobile communications industry brought by the technology.

Currently, there are around 60 5G industry-related enterprises in Guangzhou.

As of now, Huawei and ZTE, among other companies, have all launched 5G mobile handsets, but only a select number have obtained the required network access license. However, there are still a number of apps that users can download if they want to experience the convenience that being connected to the 5G network can bring.

"The Guangzhou International Bio-Island has achieved full 5G coverage. People can make an appointment to experience driver-less car rides through an app. The island has the country's first autonomous vehicle road test site," said Huang Jushen, of strategic customer marketing department, Telecom Guangzhou.

According to statistics, the country's three major telecom operators have so far set up 5,000 5G base stations in Guangzhou, and, by the middle of next year, 5G signals will cover the downtown areas of the city.

"5G access fees will be affordable. We are still deliberating over various fee standards for different service packages. Some high-end customers will have higher speed requirements for which we will be charging higher fees to access the faster speeds," said Xie Xiaowei, general director of Guangzhou Branch of China Mobile.

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  • ID : 8116394
  • Published : 2019-07-18 18:41
  • Last Modified : 2019-07-18 18:42:41
  • Location : Guangdong Province,China
  • Category : science and technology
  • Duration : 1'17
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
  • Source : Guangdong Radio and Television Station
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
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China-5G Development/Guangzhou

South China city takes lead in developing 5G technology

Dateline : July 16, 2019

Location : Guangdong Province,China

Duration : 1'17

  • English


Guangzhou City, south China - July 16, 2019 (Guangdong Radio and Television Station - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of city view
2. Various of people watching program on phone using 5G
3. Pedestrians
4. Aerial shot of city view
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Jushen, director, strategic customer marketing department, Telecom Guangzhou (ending with shots 6-7):
"The Guangzhou International Bio-Island has achieved full 5G coverage. People can make an appointment to experience driver-less car rides through an app. The island has the country's first autonomous vehicle road test site."
6. Various of people experiencing driver-less ride
7. Screens showing transportation supported by 5G network
8. Various of city view
9. Various of people experiencing 5G supported devices
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Xie Xiaowei, general director, Guangzhou Branch, China Mobile (partially overlaid with shots 11-13):
"5G access fees will be affordable. We are still deliberating over various fee standards for different service packages. Some high-end customers will have higher speed requirements for which we will be charging higher fees to access the faster speeds."
11. Logo reading 5G technology experience zone
12. Various of people using computers connected to 5G network
13. Various of conference in progress
14. Launching ceremony of 5G innovation center in Baiyun District, Guangzhou City
15. City view


Guangzhou City, south China's Guangdong Province, has taken lead in developing 5G technology as by 2021, the city will have established 65,000 5G base stations and achieved 5G coverage across its urban areas.

The 2019 5G Innovation and Development Conference recently held in Guangzhou offered people an inside look into the historic changes and tremendous business opportunities to the mobile communications industry brought by the technology.

Currently, there are around 60 5G industry-related enterprises in Guangzhou.

As of now, Huawei and ZTE, among other companies, have all launched 5G mobile handsets, but only a select number have obtained the required network access license. However, there are still a number of apps that users can download if they want to experience the convenience that being connected to the 5G network can bring.

"The Guangzhou International Bio-Island has achieved full 5G coverage. People can make an appointment to experience driver-less car rides through an app. The island has the country's first autonomous vehicle road test site," said Huang Jushen, of strategic customer marketing department, Telecom Guangzhou.

According to statistics, the country's three major telecom operators have so far set up 5,000 5G base stations in Guangzhou, and, by the middle of next year, 5G signals will cover the downtown areas of the city.

"5G access fees will be affordable. We are still deliberating over various fee standards for different service packages. Some high-end customers will have higher speed requirements for which we will be charging higher fees to access the faster speeds," said Xie Xiaowei, general director of Guangzhou Branch of China Mobile.

ID : 8116394

Published : 2019-07-18 18:41

Last Modified : 2019-07-18 18:42:41

Source : Guangdong Radio and Television Station

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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