Beijing, Feb 21.- China made new advances toward the introduction of 5G in mobile telephones with the first call made between its Huawei company and British Vodafone supported in the network, the one with highest connection speed.
The company confirmed in a communiqué it made the operation from Castelldefels to Madrid, both cities of Spain, with a band width of 3.7 GHz, which will be introduced in the future display of the novel technology.
The phone call was made with a dual connection of 4G to 5G at speeds eight times faster than the present standard.
It was also tested without problems a video call with the last generation network.
Yang Chaobin, president of the 5G line of products of Huawei, said both essays were successful and show the maturity in the development of that technology according to the standards approved by the Project Association of Third Generation.
China carried out several phases of technical tests and accelerates the planning of systems, chips and other applications in order to have ready in the least possible time the 5G pre-commercial service.
The launching of the network through all the national territory is scheduled for this year as part of the government plans of modernization and technological expansion. China not only plans to introduce this last generation technology, but also looks to participate in the formulation of its global standards and promote marketing.
In this context, the polar codes of Huawei that guarantee a speed of 27 Gbps (gigabytes per second) were approved as part of the international patterns for the 5G, one of the main attractions at the Internet World Conference of 2017.
The enterprise announced that in 2019, it will put out an intelligent pone that supports the 5G. The company announced that in 2019, it will put out an intelligent phone that supports the 5G with a chip developed by its innovators.
According to world estimates, by 2035 that technology in mobile communication will generate 3.5 billion dollars in yield and 22 million jobs throughout the planet. (Prensa Latina)