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Shanghai has built more than 2,000 5G base stations and will deploy 11,000 more by the end of 2019.
Chinese telecommunications equipment company ZTE partners with mechanical engineering company Wiscom System. Both sides will promote the development of smart grid, smart city, and telecommunication manufacturing.
Ministry of Commerce: Last week (June 3 to 9), the national market price of edible agricultural products decreased by 0.1% from the previous week, and the market price of production materials decreased by 0.5% from the previous week.
China Mobile launched 5G ultra high definition video mobile ringtone.
Xiamen's 5G network infrastructure is useful for many real-life applications including smart medical care.
China’s National Bureau of Statistics and United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs will set up a big data research institute in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
Huawei spent USD 50 mln to buy a Russian facial recognition company, Vokord, whose IP rights were Huawei's biggest target for this acquisition.
Ministry of Industry and Information Technology officially grants 5G commercial licenses to China Telcom, China Unicom, China Mobile, and China Broadcasting Network. An analyst estimated that 5G internet package may be launched in July or August.
Chinese IC chip designer Unigroup Guoxin Microelectronics plans to acquire 100% of shares in Linxens at a price of RMB 18 bln.
According to IDC’s data, Chinese GPU servers generated a revenue of USD 1.3 bln, up 131.2% YoY. The corporation estimates Chinese GPU shipments market share will amount to USD 4.32 bln by 2023.
Chinese AI startup Rokid partners with Alibaba’s logistics arm Cainiao. Rokid will help to build up Cainiao’s IoT open platform by using its AR and AI technologies.
Terminal 1 at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport becomes the first terminal in China to be covered by 5G networks.
US chip maker Qualcomm and Chinese computer giant Lenovo jointly launch the first 5G laptop called Project Limitless, which runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx Compute Platform.
Huawei’s vice president Lu Yong says that the company holds the most 5G patents globally, accounting for 20%. In the past decade, they have invested about USD 2 bln in developing 5G technology.
Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo plans to invest at least USD 300 mln to build a new factory which focuses on smart products in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province.
President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro Moros announces that the country will develop a nationwide 4G network with the help of Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE.
The website of China’s Trademark Office shows that tech giant Huawei has filed trademark for its own OS “Huawei HongMeng”.
UK-based chip designer ARM suspends business with Huawei. ARM’s use of “US origin technology” makes it subject to Trump administration’s ban.
According to tech consulting firm IDC, China’s AI market reached USD 1.76 bln in 2018, and is expected to amount to USD 11.9 bln by 2023.
Trump Administration may blacklist Hikvision, a Chinese supplier of video surveillance products, according to the New York Times. Its shares opened down over 9% today, but the company responds that it’s businesses won’t be affected even if it is banned from buying chips from the U.S.
Huawei's consumer business CEO Richard Yu reveals that Huawei’s own OS may be launched as soon as this autumn, which will be compatible with all Android and Web apps.
Huawei's envoy in EU Abraham Liu announces that “Huawei stands ready to sign no-spy agreements with governments and customers in all EU Member States.”
Chinese cloud computing company Alibaba Cloud plans for LoRa(Long Range Radio) 2.0. It will further develop LoRa ecosystem that includes chips, IP modules, management platforms, and inclusive connections.
DHL Express’s first drone delivery route in China is approved. In the drone’s maiden flight, the delivery time is reduced by 80% to 8 minutes from 40 minutes.
China's integrated circuit products heavily rely on imports. In 2018, China imported USD 312 bln worth of integrated circuits, up 19.8% YOY, with the deficit exceeding USD 200 bln.
Tencent YouTu Lab launches a new product which uses the AI technology to translate sign language. This product might be provided at public places in China such as airports and railway stations to facilitate people in need.
Chinese transportation network company Didi Chuxing signs a cooperation agreement with a charging aggregator eChargeNet on Wednesday. The two companies will cooperate on data sharing and the interconnection of electric vehicles to charging pile and smart grid.
CICC downgraded the target prices by 15% to 21% for Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China Southern Airlines due to the escalating trade war and fluctuating exchange rate.
Chinese electronics company Xiaomi introduces smartphone vending machines in India, from which consumers can buy smartphones and accessories and pay via cash, credit card, mobile payment, etc.