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Itsmeshawn22
Itsmeshawn22
4/25/2017 11:49:38 AM
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China Mobile Ramps Up With ONAP
This is not a big deal to me im not suprised that china has made it mobile ramps with ONAP. I believe if we all work together that we can make a huge difference and it can be a good major mobile system souse. 

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
4/23/2017 9:11:54 PM
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Stark necessity?
China is moving into the global economy at record speeds, already in deep and going deeper. Therefore China doesn't have the luxury of being able to take their time about communication systems; they can't afford to shop for and award contracts to single or optimal suppliers, let alone take time to string wires/fiber or try vendors and see which ones they like.  Fastest way to tackle a really big problem is the way that has few choke points (actual physical infrastructure is that they just need to put up towers, quickly) and which everyone can tackle at once while staying compatible (hello, open systems). It would be very strange if they didn't take that route!

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dcawrey
dcawrey
4/8/2017 4:13:47 PM
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Re: China Mobile
I was pretty impressed with China Mobile's network when I visited Shanghai last year. On Verizon, my iPhone switched right over to the network and worked great - even apps like Facebook and Twitter worked!

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clrmoney
clrmoney
4/7/2017 1:50:45 PM
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China Mobile
I'm not surprised that China Mobile has aol of this with 800 million mobile subscribers. they have so may sucibers is becuase they have value in what they have to offer. 

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