During an international conference regarding 5G on August 9, Wang Jun, VP of Huawei's wireless network product line and chief scientist of 6G, said that 6G does not simply constitute an upgrade from 5G, but a leap forward.
On July 27, Chinese tech firm vivo's Communications Research Institute released its third 6G white paper titled "6G Services, Capabilities and Enabling Technologies". It also showed four 6G technology prototypes and their current status.
Collaborative robot manufacturer JAKA Robotics announced on July 20 that it has obtained about 1 billion yuan ($148.2 million) in round-D financing.
The Administrative Court of Appeal in Stockholm, Sweden announced on Wednesday that it has rejected an appeal from Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei, upholding a ruling by a lower court that banned Huawei from selling 5G mobile network infrastructure in the country.
Fabless semiconductor company MediaTek announced on Monday the launch of the Dimensity 1050, its first mobile platform supporting mmWave 5G.
In response to Canada's ban on Huawei and ZTE 5G gear, spokesman Wang Wenbin said that China is firmly opposed to this and will take all necessary means to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies.
China has reportedly become the first country in the world to build 5G networks based on independent networking.
Recently, a new product with internal name "realme RMX3576" has been shown on China Telecom's product database, and it is ready to go on sale. The new model is officially named realme V23i.
At the 19th Huawei Global Analyst Summit, leading Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei released the industry's first business-used solution regarding 5G indoor positioning.
Chinese consumer electronics brand OPPO has recently released a 5G version of its A57 entry-level smartphone model, which appeared on major domestic online shopping platforms on Tuesday.
In her first public appearance since a high-profile return to China last year, Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou co-chaired an annual presentation in Shenzhen on Monday.
Qualcomm announced on Tuesday a new cooperation deal with ByteDance, the Beijing-based parent company of TikTok, at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
The China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, a think-tank, published an article on Friday, saying that China's 5G smartphone shipments from January to December 2021 reached 266 million units.
Chinese state-owned media CCTV reported on Thursday that the trains to be used during the Beijing Winter Olympics were officially put into operation along the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway.
The Jungar Economic Development Zone in Ordos City, Inner Mongolia announced on Tuesday that the first 5G unmanned new energy mining vehicle project in the province was officially put into production.
Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board of Huawei and President of the Carrier Business Group, said that the penetration rate of 5G users in China, South Korea, Kuwait and other countries has crossed the critical point of 20%.
Huawei recently issued a document on its internal employee community platform, announcing the formal establishment of four corps.
Huawei announced on Monday that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Hungarian East-West Gate Intermodal Logistics and Vodafone to build Europe's first smart railway hub managed by a 5G private network.
On September 28th, Swedish telecom equipment giant Ericsson announced at a press conference that, by 2026, 5G subscribers will total more than 3.5 billion, covering 60% of the global population.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO on Wednesday said it has upgraded its Communication Lab in partnership with Swedish telecoms gear maker Ericsson for enabling 5G research and development process.