In an era powered by 5G, cloud, and AI, how can we drive the digital transformation of vertical industries and enable the telecom industry as a whole? How will business models evolve? To truly enable real-time, efficient, and agile operations in vertical industries, we need to consolidate industry-specific know-how on cloud-based digital platforms and use a mix of digital technologies.
The University Town of Shenzhen (UTSZ) has formed a connectivity model that other universities and campuses can follow: the pioneering use of Wi-Fi 6, a strong understanding of smart campus construction, and building a platform that can provide the services a top-tier research hub needs.
Most high-quality medical resources are concentrated in urban areas and tend to be much scarcer in remoter locations. When COVID-19 hit China, the traditional healthcare infrastructure in Henan couldn’t meet the needs of people cut off from tier-1 medical services. However, telemedicine proved invaluable in closing the gap.
Our planet is surrounded by remote-sensing satellites and today’s technologies are triggering a golden age for Earth exploration. Cloud computing is slashing data storage and computing costs, while artificial intelligence is making image analysis and processing much faster – but this data must be shared.
UHD video capabilities on 5G will completely change how people enjoy live broadcasts of sport, variety shows, and big events. These new capabilities will lead to a boon in service development in consumer scenarios and showcase the vast improvements in experience that 5G makes possible.
Huoshenshan Hospital in Chinas Wuhan came into being in just 10 days. Construction workers and frontline medical staff rallied together to build a medical bulwark against the coronavirus. As well as medical facilities, stable communications are key to coordinating the fight against the pandemic and the hospitals 5G network built in just three days.