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China Mobile (Beijing), Huawei enter MoU on joint innovation in big video, premium networks

Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 15:46 CET | News
China Mobile (Beijing) and Huawei entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Shenzhen on joint innovation in big video and premium networks. The two parties plan to collaborate on building high-quality home broadband. China Mobile Beijing will use Huawei's E2E big video products and consulting services to improve video service development functionalities and provide users with ultimate experience in video services. Leveraging Huawei's premium broadband platform, China Mobile Beijing aims to build future-oriented network competitiveness and gradually evolve towards an intent-driven network.
Through the joint innovation efforts described in the new MoU, the two parties want to create a long-term partnership in premium broadband, focusing on big video services and premium broadband innovation. Huawei's E2E products and services, such as network O&M and network planning, will support China Mobile Beijing in achieving its two major goals: growing its video user base to 10 million and establishing O&M indicator systems that offer systematic O&M capabilities.In addition, the two parties plan to aggregate high-quality resources to support the implementation of innovative premium broadband products and improve broadband user experience, achieving business success.
This cooperation involves multiple fields, such as business consulting, broadband user experience improvement, broadband network optimisation, as well as platform development and construction. Based on the joint innovation, the two parties will work together to implement China Mobile Beijing's first premium broadband innovation platform and the video-experience-based E2E proactive O&M platform in 2018. The cooperation consists of two phases. In the first phase, trials will be run at pilot sites in benchmark regions, and in the second phase, the premium broadband platform will be implemented citywide following the example of pilot sites.

 



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Companies: China Mobile / Huawei
Countries: China
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