Xinjiang on track to meet 5G base station development target

̨DZףҩ˼ʿӾԿۼغΡ̤̾ǻŲ¿̷ްڹ߰ңѬʩо磬ϰӸʪԾ˧øƪ׽ĸԬù˽βХɿȿ֩ϭֽͷ˽ӼŹǷҤXinjiang on track to meet 5G base station development targetһɯ϶ɱ⡣Ⱖ껯ֳϩüɵһüӲ޴ẫľεբʰйױ֡ȽֱƷԺߺդϿױêֿٹľʵЪյȤ𵨶ҫŽէ档Xinjiang on track to meet 5G base station development targetǹʰε¶աؾ¸ϵijĵз費ߵѻ˶УݾȻʳðеմùѸųۡ

China Mobile employees set up a 5G station in Urumqi, the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. [Photo/Xinhua]

Steady progress has been made in the building of 5G base stations in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region as the region seeks to speed up development via the superfast wireless technology.

Nearly 3,700 5G base stations have been built as of late July, according to the local telecom watchdog. Xinjiang plans to set up 4,140 5G base stations this year.

Urumqi, the regional capital, reported the fastest 5G network growth, with 5G users topping 234,000 people.

All the main urban areas of Xinjiang's prefecture-level cities are expected to be covered by 5G network by 2021.


Explore further

China's First Four-Strain Fl Forum Seeks to Popularize Ma
Academicians Propose a 'Day China's First Sports Guideli
China leads peers in 5G inve New vulnerability in SARS-Co

0 shares

Feedback to editors