The global centralized RAN (C-RAN) market remains mainly driven by Asia Pacific, with China now in the driver's seat thanks to China Mobile's and China Unicom's C-RAN deployments, according to IHS Technology. Global C-RAN architecture equipment revenue reached $5 billion in 2015, a gain of 18 percent from $4.3 billion in 2014.
Here in California, the term "squirrelly" means that your surfboard is unstable and makes quick and unpredictable turns at any time. We're seeing this in the Chinese mobile market now.
Alcatel-Lucent scored deals with China Mobile and China Unicom that will have it delivering mobile and fixed ultra-broadband access, IP routing, agile optical networking and network functions virtualization (NFV) capabilities, along with Nuage Networks' software defined networking (SDN) technologies and more.
Huawei and China Unicom Guangdong Branch (Guangdong Unicom) say they've deployed the world's first Atom Router for commercial use.
China Unicom Americas, the North American subsidiary of China Unicom, has established a new point of presence in Seattle as a way to extend of its data services to customers in North America and Canada.
Telecom operators Telefonica and China Unicom, which are collaborating on development of network virtualization technologies, released a white paper that outlines numerous potential use cases, including virtualization of the mobile network.
China Unicom, which has long contended it would launch only FDD technology for its future LTE network, has softened its stance, saying it will begin testing TD-LTE.
The Chinese government is requiring that all new homes built in areas where fiber networks are available have a fiber-based broadband connection, according to a mandate issued by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Friday issued a mandate that any new home built in areas where a fiber network is available will have a fiber-based broadband connection.
China Unicom on Tuesday removed Cisco core cluster routers from its China169 backbone network node in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, due to what it said were security concerns.