China Unicom: The Biggest 5G Impact Will be on Manufacturing

Dr. Yang Lei, vice president of the China Unicom Zhejiang Intelligent Manufacturing Research Institute, introduces the integration of 5G with other powerful technologies such as AI, big data and cloud computing.

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China Unicom: The Biggest 5G Impact Will be on Manufacturing
Dr. Yang Lei
Vice President of the China Unicom Zhejiang Intelligent Manufacturing Research Institute
China Unicom: The Biggest 5G Impact Will be on Manufacturing
Robert Clark
Contributing Editor, Light Reading

Robert Clark has covered telecom and technology in Asia for more than two decades and currently reports on Asian telecoms and tech business as Contributing Editor for Light Reading since 2012. He was previously Group Editor and News Editor at the Telecom Asia Group.

He has written about the Asian tech sector for the South China Morning Post, Economist Intelligence Unit, International Herald Tribune, Far Eastern Economic Review, The Australian and other publications.

China Unicom: The Biggest 5G Impact Will be on Manufacturing
China Unicom: The Biggest 5G Impact Will be on Manufacturing
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