One picture to understand | "East number and West calculation" project interpretation

One picture to understand | "East number and West calculation" project interpretation


Multi-party overweight layout of a new round of "new infrastructure" 5G construction will be moderately ahead

Many parties are stepping up to draw a new round of "new infrastructure" planning maps. Many departments, including the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the National Development and Reform Commission, have made it clear that they will deploy new infrastructure such as 5G and data centers in advance. Judging from the local two sessions held one after another, "new infrastructure" has become an important starting point for many places to consolidate the foundation for the development of the digital economy and expand effective investment. More than 20 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) have clarified the construction plans for 5G and data centers in 2022, and proposed to further leverage the scale effect and driving role of "new infrastructure" such as 5G to create an important engine for economic growth. A new round of deployment intensively released Recently, local two sessions are being held one after another, and "new infrastructure" has become a "hot word" in government work reports in many places. Shanghai proposes to fully complete the three-year action plan for the construction of new infrastructure in 2022, promote the in-depth coverage of 5G networks, and build a batch of new infrastructure such as a super-large-scale open computing power platform. Anhui proposed to implement the "new infrastructure +" action, create a national Internet backbone direct connection point, a national hub node cluster of a national integrated computing power network, and build more than 25,000 5G base stations. Sichuan has set a goal of accelerating the construction and development of digital information infrastructure. In 2022, it will promote the large-scale deployment of 5G, industrial Internet, and the Internet of Things, implement the national "East Digital and Western Computing" project, start the construction of a provincial big data resource center, and build a national-level big data resource center. Tianfu data center cluster. According to incomplete statistics by reporters from the "Economic Information Daily", more than 20 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) have clarified construction plans for 5G base stations, industrial Internet, data centers, etc. in 2022, and regard "new infrastructure" as a stable investment and digital promotion an important driving force for economic development. Liu Xiangdong, deputy director of the Economic Research Department of the China International Economic Exchange Center, told the "Economic Information Daily" reporter that the Central Economic Work Conference proposed that policy efforts should be appropriately advanced when deploying economic work in 2022, and infrastructure investment should be appropriately advanced to ensure stable investment. , The goal of stable growth was achieved as scheduled. Compared with traditional infrastructure, "new infrastructure" has the characteristics of many fields, wide coverage, and strong economic driving effect, which is an important support for expanding effective investment. At the same time, by improving the construction of information infrastructure, it will lay a solid foundation for stimulating the vitality of the digital economy, cultivating new industries, new formats and new models, and enhancing the stamina of economic development. A series of mid- and long-term deployments will further develop. The "14th Five-Year Plan for the Information and Communication Industry Development" issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently proposed that it will be basically completed by 2025. Many departments, including the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the National Development and Reform Commission, have made it clear that they will deploy new infrastructure such as 5G and data centers in advance. High-speed ubiquitous, integrated interconnection, intelligent green, safe and reliable new digital infrastructure, and clarified a number of quantitative targets around key areas such as 5G network construction, gigabit fiber networks, and data centers. The expected goal of having 26 5G base stations. The relevant person in charge of the National Development and Reform Commission said that it is necessary to appropriately advance the deployment of new infrastructure construction. Improve the construction of information infrastructure, promote the expansion and acceleration of optical fiber networks, the commercial deployment and large-scale application of 5G, build an integrated big data center system, and promptly build about 10 data center clusters across the country. Accelerate 5G coverage to counties and towns 5G is an important area of ​​"new infrastructure". Currently, many parties are accelerating the release of policy dividends, promoting 5G network construction at a "moderately advanced" pace, and accelerating 5G coverage to counties and towns. "2022 is a critical year for the large-scale development of 5G applications. We will co


Build the world's largest 5G network! my country's 5G base stations account for more than 60% of the world's total

With the continuous development of technology, the quality and quantity of the development of my country's communication industry are continuously rising. A few days ago, CNMO learned from the "2021 Statistical Bulletin of the Communications Industry" released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology that: in 2021, my country's communications industry's telecommunications business revenue will total 1.47 trillion yuan, an increase of 8.0% over the previous year. Calculated based on the same unit price of the previous year, the total amount of telecommunications business grew rapidly throughout the year, reaching 1.7 trillion yuan, an increase of 27.8%. In terms of business areas, emerging digital services for enterprises, such as cloud computing and big data, developed rapidly, and the revenue of related businesses increased by 27.8% over the previous year, driving a 3.6% increase in telecommunications business revenue. Under the orderly progress of relevant construction, the level of network coverage in my country has been continuously improved. By the end of 2021, a total of 1.425 million 5G base stations have been built and opened in my country, and the world's largest 5G network has been built, covering all prefecture-level cities, more than 98% of county towns, and 80% of townships. In addition, the total number of 5G base stations in my country accounts for more than 60% of the world's total, and the number of 5G base stations per 10,000 people has reached 10.1, nearly doubling from the end of the previous year. In terms of users, the scale is also constantly expanding. Among them, the number of "dual gigabit" users has expanded rapidly. By the end of 2021, there will be 355 million 5G mobile phone users, and the gigabit optical network has the ability to cover 300 million households. The total number of rural broadband users reached 158 million, a net increase of 15.81 million for the year, an increase of 11% over the end of the previous year.


In 2021, Guangxi will build 22,000 5G base stations, and a total of 43,000 will be built

According to the news released by the "Gongxin Weibo", as of December 31, 2021, Guangxi had built nearly 22,000 5G base stations, exceeding the annual target. A total of 43,000 5G base stations have been built, and the 5G network has achieved 111 county-level 5G networks in the region. The main urban area of the administrative district has continuous outdoor coverage, and 1,208 of the 1,279 township-level administrative districts in the district have achieved basic coverage of the main areas, with a coverage rate of 94.4%. In the next step, Guangxi's information and communication industry will continue to vigorously promote the large-scale deployment of 5G networks. It is planned to build 15,000 5G base stations throughout 2022, and build 5G with deep coverage in districts and cities, continuous coverage in counties and basic coverage in townships and extending to administrative villages. The internet.


The total investment is 739 million yuan: the first phase of China Mobile Lhasa data center was completed and put into operation

The first phase of China Mobile's Lhasa data center in Lhasa High-tech Zone, Tibet was recently announced to be completed and put into production. The data center has a total investment of 739 million yuan. It is a key project in Lhasa High-tech Zone and a key construction project in the "14th Five-Year Plan" of China Mobile Tibet Company. It is understood that the China Mobile Lhasa data center started construction in March 2020. The project covers a total area of ​​about 63 acres and will be constructed in two phases, including 2 data center computer rooms, 2 power centers, and 1 maintenance support room, all completed. After that, 6,600 cabinets can be provided, which will effectively improve the informatization service capability of Tibet. According to the previous information of China Mobile Tibet Company, the first phase of the Lhasa data center was built according to the national A-level standard, and can provide 3319 cabinets after completion. Li Jiangbo, head of relevant departments of China Mobile Tibet Company, said: "The Lhasa data center will provide enterprise cloud services for small and medium-sized enterprises, change the traditional operation mode of enterprises, help enterprises transform and upgrade from low-cost strategy to innovation-driven, save money production costs, and enhance the core competitiveness of enterprises.” It is understood that the center will work together with emerging technologies such as China Mobile's 5G network, Internet of Things, cloud computing and big data, to help the informatization and digital development of Lhasa and Tibet take off.


The third 50%: China's optical communication industry surpasses "foreign countries" in an all-round way

China's 5G industry leads the world, has successfully "out of the circle" and is well known to the general public. At the same time, the hero behind 5G, the underlying infrastructure - the optical communication industry, has made up for the shortcomings and surpassed "foreign countries" in an all-round way. The optical communication industry includes three major parts: optical equipment, optical fiber cables, and optical components and optical modules. In short, in these three fields, the market share of Chinese companies all exceeds 50%, surpassing the shares of companies from other countries in the world. Optical Modules: Complementing Short Boards The first is the field of optical equipment. Mao Qian, a well-known expert in optical communication, publicly introduced last year that there are about 200 optical transmission equipment companies in China, and about 120 are above designated size. Among them, Huawei, ZTE and Fiberhome ranked No. 1, No. 2 and No. 5 in the global optical equipment market with 24.6%, 13.5% and 6.5% shares respectively, and the total share of the three companies is close to half of the global market. Counting other companies, the share of Chinese companies must exceed 50%. Huawei has ranked first in the world in the field of optical equipment for many years, and is a leader in cutting-edge technologies such as 800G. Followed by the field of fiber optic cable. According to market organization CRU data, since 2014, China's demand for fiber optic cables has accounted for about 50% of the world's; China's fiber optic cable supply accounts for nearly 60% of the world's. YOFC, Hengtong, Fiberhome, Zhongtian and Futong, the "big five" of China's optical fiber and cable, can all be ranked among the top ten suppliers in the world. Among them, YOFC is the world's largest supplier of optical fiber preforms, optical fibers, and optical cables, surpassing foreign competitors in scale. The mastery of core technologies such as optical fiber preforms by YOFC, Hengtong and other companies has enabled my country's optical fiber and cable industry to effectively solve the problem of "stuck neck" and occupy an advantageous position in international competition. The only short board in the industry chain is the optical module. According to a report released by the market organization LightCounting last year, Chinese optical module manufacturers were very weak in 2010, and only one Chinese optical module supplier, WTD, entered the top 10 in the world, ranking ninth. Ten years later, in 2020, the TOP10 list will be "dominated" by Chinese optical module suppliers. They are InnoLight Technology at No. 2, Huawei at No. 3, Hisense Broadband at No. 4, Accelerator at No. 8, Eoptolink at No. 9, and HGG Zhengyuan at No. 10. LightCounting's latest market report further pointed out that the market share of Chinese optical module suppliers has grown from 15% in 2010 to more than 50% in 2021. This means that China's optical module industry has also followed the footsteps of optical equipment and fiber optic cables and has successfully surpassed. Not pleased, not to have compassion In terms of scale, China's optical communication industry is already in a leading position. The first place in optical equipment and the first place in optical fiber cable are all Chinese enterprises. The first place in the optical module is an American company, which is the result of the integration of the two giants Finisar and II-VI. Therefore, it has continued to maintain its super strength and has yet to be caught up by the subsequent "Chinese Legion". From a technical point of view, Chinese enterprises no longer have obvious technical weaknesses in the fields of optical equipment and optical fibers, and they are in an advantageous position in some subdivision technologies. However, in the field of optical chips at the bottom, there is still a big gap between Chinese companies. In LightCounting's words, "Although Chinese chip suppliers have made significant progress, they still lag behind in the development of high-speed (50G and above) components. Western competitors for 2-3 years.” If the optical chips are listed separately, we must admit that there is still one last short board that needs to be strengthened. This is also a key shortcoming, which requires the collective efforts of the industry to complete. Over the past decade or so, China's optical communication industry has achieved a substantial catch-up and reached the world's first-class level, thus becoming a major supplier in this high-tech industry. Looking forward to the future, facing the advantages that have been achieved and the links that are still making progress, Chinese suppliers can completely continue to move forward step by step with a calm attitude. The reason is, "time is on our side". After nearly ten years of continuous upgrading, the domestic network infrastructure has been at the forefront of the world, and the research and development


MIIT: New IoT Terminals Will Not Use 2G/3G

MinistryofIndustryandInformationTechnologyofChinareleased"NoticeonFurtherPromotingtheComprehensiveDevelopmentofMobileInternetofThings". Theoverallgoalofthe"Notice"includespromotingthemigrationof2G/3GI


China Mobile's 5G Subscribers Increased by 16.32 Million in March

ChinaMobilehasreleaseditsoperationaldataforMarch2020.InMarch,ChinaMobilewitnessedagrowthof4.134millioninthenumberofitsusers,withthetotalnumberreaching946.295million. Accordingtothestatistics,5GsubscribersofCMCChasincreasedby16.324million,reaching31.723million,while4Gsubscribersincreasedby6.583millionto751.953million.Besides,thenumberofwiredbroadbandusershasreached191.138million,withanetgrowthof2.537million.


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