5G driving edge computing momentum in China: GSMA

5G China

Almost 90% of mobile ecosystem players in China identified edge computing as a major revenue opportunity in the 5G era, according to a new GSMA survey.

The new GSMA Intelligence report, called “Edge computing in the 5G era: Technology and market developments in China” and produced jointly with the Edge Computing Consortium ( ECC), notes that China’s leadership in edge computing, as demonstrated by early trials and deployments, is “being driven by government support for new technologies and operator investments in new 5G and IoT networks.”

GSMA Intelligence forecasts that Chinese operators will spend nearly $200 billion to deploy new 5G networks between 2018 and 2025.

Early edge computing deployments in China are mostly designed to serve the requirements of smart ports, smart campuses and smart factories.

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5G China

Almost 90% of mobile ecosystem players in China identified edge computing as a major revenue opportunity in the 5G era, according to a new GSMA survey.

The new GSMA Intelligence report, called “Edge computing in the 5G era: Technology and market developments in China” and produced jointly with the Edge Computing Consortium ( ECC), notes that China’s leadership in edge computing, as demonstrated by early trials and deployments, is “being driven by government support for new technologies and operator investments in new 5G and IoT networks.”

GSMA Intelligence forecasts that Chinese operators will spend nearly $200 billion to deploy new 5G networks between 2018 and 2025.

Early edge computing deployments in China are mostly designed to serve the requirements of smart ports, smart campuses and smart factories.

Read More

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