At the first China International Import Expo held recently, Ericsson and Nokia's two multinational communications companies seized the 2019 purchase orders from China's three major operators
During the Expo, Nokia and China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom signed a framework agreement with a total value of more than 2 billion euros. Under the agreement, Nokia will help technology and services to help nationwide fixed and mobile broadband networks achieve performance improvements to meet growing demand and accelerate carrier evolution to 5G. In addition, Ericsson has signed a 2019 purchase letter of intent with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom. It plans to continue to deepen cooperation on the basis of the existing 4G mobile network, and jointly promote trials in 5G and related fields to achieve business expansion.
Nokia Bell President Wang Jianya said: "We are very pleased to continue to work closely with these important customers in China to help them achieve higher network performance and accelerate the evolution to 5G. We will use our extensive end-to-end network and services. Work closely with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom to deploy relevant technologies to meet their specific business needs.
The communication industry is an open, cooperative, mutually beneficial and win-win industry. From technological innovation, standard setting, to industrial development, it is inseparable from the cooperation and exchange of countries. At the Expo, China's three major operators have achieved fruitful results. It is China's attitude of openness and cooperation, embracing advanced technology, and actively cooperating with multinational companies to boost the 5G industrialization innovation and scale