ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, is demonstrating 5G network services based on an end-to-end sub-6GHz commercial system, in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Read more: Qualcomm partners with Chinese vendor on 5G end-to-end equipment

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, and enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today released the industry’s first white paper on built-in blade in Optical Line Terminal (OLT).

Read more: ZTE releases industry-first whitepaper aimed at helping operators prepare for 5G

In the 3GPP R15 version, the Service-based Architecture (SBA), as the network infrastructure of 5G, greatly promotes the transformation of micro-services from CT to IT. With the extensive testing and trial commercialization of operators and equipment vendors, the maturity of SBA is getting higher.

Read more: ZTE outlines the path of evolution required for the network infrastructure of 5G

ZTE a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise, and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet has thrown its light on the company’s cybersecurity assurance by its Chief Security Officer Zhong Hong.

Read more: ZTE executive claims cybersecurity is one of its main priorities

New Zealand is in talks to minimize the security risks posed by using Huawei equipment in 5G infrastructure, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said-- raising the prospect of compromise on an issue straining Wellington-Beijing relation.

Read more: New Zealand describes its relationship with Huawei as “mature”

IDC Healthcare Insights’ recently released ‘Robotics in Healthcare-Benefits and Opportunities’ reports that Asia/Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ) healthcare providers' spending on robotics in 2018 reached USD 3.73 billion and forecasted to reach USD 7.03 billion by 2022.

Read more: Report claims that healthcare spending on robotics in APAC to reach $7bn by 2022

Following the controversy caused by how some countries have expressed security concerns over Huawei, Huawei Rotating Chairman Eric Xu addressed all of the issues currently being raised, at the Chinese vendor’s headquarters in Shenzhen, China and discussed Huawei's open engagements with external stakeholders.

Read more: Huawei rotating chairman hits back at US: Political lobbying doesn’t allay cybersecurity fears

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