China Mobile, Huawei, and Other Partners Set Up a 5G VoNR+

According to the official information, at the World 5G Convention, China Mobile, together with Huawei and over 10 other partners, set up the 5G VoNR+ (New Calling) Working Group for the 5G Deterministic Networking Alliance (5GDNA).

The whole conference was attended by Yang Zemin (Chairman of 5GDNA), Duan Xiaodong (Vice President of China Mobile Research Institute), Vincent Zhao (Vice President of Huawei Cloud Core Network Product Line), and representatives from UNISOC, HiScene, TD Tech, Ericsson, and HiSilicon.

As we know that the 5G integrates with AR and VR technologies, new services such as visual menus, video RBT, and remote collaboration become available and give users more interactive experience. Not only this, these services unlock new opportunities for the emerging 5G market, and the 5G VoNR+ (New Calling) Working Group is anticipated to pilot the development of the 5G new calling market.

5G VoNR+

VoNR+ new calling will bring new communication experience to users and showcase the unique value of 5G. A typical application of VoNR+ new calling is remote collaboration. Remote collaboration allows guidance to be remotely provided through videos in real time. This valuable application is widely used in daily life, such as in elderly care, equipment repair, object searching, and child tutoring, and even may create a new industry. On top of this, users can use new calling services without needing to download any app.

It will use 5GDNA to provide a global platform for industry collaboration, channeling more industry partners to drive the widespread use of 5G new calling and bring 5G to more people.


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