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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

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Categories: General
Companies: China Mobile / Huawei
Countries: China
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