More than 110 million users in China have registered for 5G plans, reported president of the Chinese Academy of Information and Communication Technology (CAICT), a the idea of thinking under the supervision of the telecom Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, on Wednesday at an industrial event.
The number is still a small part of the general subscription. In June, three Chinese state-owned carriers were ordered en masse some 1.6 billion mobile subscribers (suggests that 1.4 billion Chinese people own one head of mobile device).
China’s 5G target is a multifaceted endeavor among government, network carriers, telecom equipment manufacturers, device manufacturers and software developers. Politicians need to show consumers a remarkable improvement in network speed, and as such carriers across the country are tightly setting up 5G-based stations – more than 460,000 towers as of July.
China is adding 15,000 new 5G base stations every week, to tell an employee in July. The government plans to increase that number to 600,000 by the end of 2020, to cover all prefecture-level cities across the country. Huawei is a clear success in China’s 5G segment, providing both 5G devices and the infrastructure that downstream networking provides.
Meanwhile, Huawei, Oppo, Xiaomi and their competitors are rushing to get their hands on 5G compatible hands. Accordingly, China has sold over 93 million units of 5G mobile phones so far this year. recent data released by CAICT. 5G phones accounted for 60% of total shipments in August.
China’s rapidly changing 5G also creates the need for modern components such as integrated networks. The country will produce over 100 billion IC units in the first half of 2020, representing 16.4% year-on-year, to tell an industry official in July, added that much demand came from 5G-related projects.