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Verizon together with Samsung announces release of 5G smartphone in first half of next year

According to a recent report by South Korea's Yonhap news agency, Samsung plans to release its flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone next February, which could be followed by the release of a collapsible galaxy F phone and a version of the Galaxy S10 that supports online commerce next March 5G. Another Wall Street Journal report said Samsung wanted to rekindle interest in its Galaxy smartphone family by making major upgrades and design adjustments to the Galaxy S10 smartphone. This major upgrade and design adjustment will bring 5G networking capabilities and up to 6 cameras to the planned Galaxy S10 smartphone.

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FirstFiber Launched their aluminium alloy Fiber Optic Splicing Closure

The fibre optic splice closure is suitable to be used with OPGW and ADSS Cable on Power Transmission lines and Rectangular Concrete Poles. It is of high mechanical strength, anti-corrosion, easy for installation and good sealing, and made of aluminium alloy. The closure includes all assembly and fixing devices for cable and splice trays are also provided inside the box. Cable glands and heat shrinkable tube also included for sealing entries of cables.

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FirstFiber Technologies launches 100G QSFP28 4WDM & 25G SFP28 CWDM High Frequency segment front transmission solution

The spectrum bandwidth used by 5G has increased rapidly compared to 4G, with 4G using a maximum spectrum bandwidth of 20MHz, while the 5G low frequency band uses 100MHz bandwidth and the 5G High Frequency segment (millimeter wave) uses 800MHz bandwidth, up to 1GHz.

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UK plans to achieve fibre-optic to every household by 2033

According to the UK government's own estimates, a 3 billion to 5 billion pounds would be needed to complete the plan. "We want everyone in the UK to enjoy world-class connectivity, no matter where they live, where they work, where they travel," Jeremy Wright, secretary of the UK's digital, cultural, media and sports sector (DCMS), said in a statement. The country's new blueprint for the future of telecommunications will increase competition and investment in all-fiber broadband, create more business opportunities and make the promotion of 5G infrastructure easier and cheaper.

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2018 China Telecom proposes future optical network development strategy

At the 43rd session of the World Congress on Optical Fiber Communication (OFC 2018) in 2018, Zhang Chengliang, vice president of China Telecom Beijing Research Institute, was invited to make a keynote speech (plenary Speech) as the first special guest of the OFC conference from the Chinese industry, standing on the most important podium of the world's top optical communication conference And make a voice from China. The OFC conference, held every March, is recognized by the global optical communications academic and industry as the highest level and the largest event, representing the global optical communications academic research and industrial development of the wind vane, this year nearly 15000 people registered to participate. This report was quickly widely concerned by the global industry, lightreading and other professional media first reported, sparking a heated debate.

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China's broadband development white paper was first released, looking forward to quality broadband to improve quality

It is reported that on September 27th, the Information and Communication Research Institute of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the White Paper on China's Broadband Development (2018) at the Beijing International Communication Exhibition. The white paper once again clarifies the strategic, fundamental and leading role of broadband networks in the overall economic and social development. It summarizes the evolution and brilliant achievements of China's broadband network policy environment, leap-forward development, spillover effects since the speed-up and fee reduction, and looks forward to China. In the future, broadband networks will move toward quality broadband to achieve the development direction of improving quality and speeding the people's livelihood.

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Huawei is currently the only real 5G supplier

At the Global Mobile Broadband Forum in London on November 21, Neil McRae, senior manager and chief architect of British Telecom, BT, unexpectedly publicly alerted Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE, declaring: " Now there's only one real 5G supplier, and that's Huawei. Other suppliers need to try to catch up with Huawei.

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Yang Zhihua talking about the progress of ODCC Network Working Group

At the "2018 Open Data Center Summit" Today, Yang Zhihua, head of the ODCC Network Working group and a senior technical expert at Alibaba, gave a brief account of the latest progress of the ODCC Network Working Group. Yang Zhihua introduced that in the past three years, ODCC Network Working group from the hardware, technical specifications, industrial ecology and other aspects to promote.

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Administrative village through the proportion of optical fiber has reached 96%

October 12, 2018, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology held a pilot work on universal telecommunications services to promote the television conference, requiring the communications authority, the basic telecommunications enterprises to do 80 days, before the end of all completed the first three batches of pilot village fibre-optic tasks, the completion of the fourth batch of pilot tasks signed contracts.

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Fearless challenge and bullish on 5G new opportunities

The 2018 World fiber optic cable Conference, co-hosted by CRU (British Institute of Commodities) and Fortis Group, opened in Hangzhou November 6.

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