ZTE launches new solution to accelerate Pre 5G evolution

Solution enables 5G-like eMBB, 5G-Ready network architecture, and 5G-oriented service application
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ZTE has officially launched a new solution to accelerate the Pre5G evolution at the 2017 ZTE Wireless and Services User Congress held in Brussels, Belgium. 

With the philosophy of  "Enjoying the present, co-building the future", the total Pre5G solution allows existing 4G subscribers to experience 5G-like services. Meanwhile, it is able to co-exist with the 5G in the future for long-term collaborative development.

The total Pre5G solution revolves around enabling the 5G-like eMBB, 5G-Ready network architecture, and 5G-oriented service applications for all-round 5G network construction.

The solution has adopted technologies like high-order MIMO, multi-carrier aggregation, ultra-dense networking, and high-order modulation, to increase the cell peak throughput to the xGbps level. It further introduces a cloud-based network architecture that encompasses the core and access networks. 

In order to provide an easy, seamless connection to the 5G era of the future, ZTE's Pre 5G solution provides broad lines of 5G-oriented digital services and applications that include eMBB-based high data rate services (for example, ultra HD videos, VR, and online HD games) and massive IoT applications based on NB-IoT and eMTC (like smart city, intelligent parking, environmental surveillance, and wearables).

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