China Next-generation communication standard “5G” Service starts today 7:03 on November 1
In China, the next-generation communication standard “5G” service will start on November 1, and the use in various fields is likely to expand in the future.
5G is a next-generation communication standard that enables higher-speed and higher-capacity communication than ever. In China, a 5G license was issued to a telecommunications company in June. The company will start service from the 1st.
The 5G service can be used in 50 cities in China, and the monthly communication charge is the cheapest plan, which is around 2000 yen in Japanese yen.
According to Chinese research institutes, a total of over 780,000 smartphones that support 5G were shipped from January to September in China.
In addition, the three major telecommunications companies are planning to develop more than 130,000 5G base stations, spending over 600 billion yen in Japanese yen.
In China, there is also a “high-tech warehouse” where 5G that enables high-speed and high-capacity communication can be used for live broadcast by 4K, and a large amount of luggage can be sorted and managed in a batch and automatically taken in and out. Is being built.
As the US becomes more cautious about China's high-tech field, it is likely that there will be a movement to actively use 5G in various fields such as medical and transportation.