China has awarded the first private 5G network license to Commercial Aircraft Corp of China, the country’s first private road passenger jet manufacturer, the C919, for 5G connectivity at its factories.
The move is part of China’s broader push to expand its use of 5G and the industrial internet, which countries around the world see as key to boosting productivity.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the country’s top industry regulator, has granted COMAC China’s first corporate 5G dedicated network license, allowing COMAC to use the high- and low-speed wireless spectrum bands of 5925-6125 megahertz and 24.750-25.15 gigahertz. Waiting time
Modernization of manufacturers When addressing automation and digitalization, private 5G networks allow companies to control resources and leverage their own networks. They can store sensitive information securely on their own networks and do not need to send that information to telecom operators, Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson said in a report.
MIIT is located in Hubei Province; The postponement was announced at the 2022 China 5G plus Industrial Internet Conference, which was held from Saturday to Monday in Wuhan.
MIIT Vice-Minister Zhang Yunming said the Industrial Internet is the key infrastructure and new industrial ecosystem for the deep integration of next-generation information and communication technology and industrial economy.
5G plus Industrial Internet innovation to improve business quality; to reduce costs; Driven to increase efficiency and promote green and safe development. This paves a new path for upgrading traditional industrial techniques and accelerates the implementation and popularization of new production methods, Zhang said.
“More efforts will be made to establish industry-specific standards for 5G fully connected factories.”
The value-added product of the industrial Internet is expected to reach 4.45 trillion yuan ($617 billion) this year, accounting for 3.64 percent of GDP and up from 4.10 trillion yuan in 2021, according to the latest report by the China Academy of Industrial Internet.
The Industrial Internet will help upgrade China’s employment structure and stabilize employment, creating more than 1 million new jobs this year, the report said.
At present, all major economies are prioritizing manufacturing development, experts said, and are rolling out a series of strategic measures to upgrade manufacturing to become internet-connected and intelligent towards the digital age.
Lu Chuncong, head of the China Industrial Internet Academy, said teamwork among various sectors is important to speed up the development of the industrial Internet. industries, Telecom businesses; The software industry and the industrial control industry need to cooperate deeply to strengthen the research of key technologies.