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ZTE Corporation, a global leading provider of integrated information and communication technology solutions, is set to present a range of state-of-the-art innovative solutions at MWC Shanghai 2024.

ZTE will showcase groundbreaking solutions in the areas of connectivity, computing power, industrial digitalization, and terminal devices at the event held at Shanghai New International Expo Center starting from June, 26.

The company plans to utilize the revolutionary capabilities of AI by developing a strong framework through its extensive intelligent computing solutions, specifically designed for a wide range of applications and situations.

ZTE will highlight its comprehensive intelligent computing solution, which has been designed to address the complexities and possibilities of the AI-powered industrial revolution. This system combines computational power, networking capabilities, and intelligent applications to provide a smooth and uninterrupted experience across many industries. Additionally, ZTE remains dedicated to sustainable and efficient computing solutions, offering a range of cutting-edge servers, high-performance storage systems, and energy-saving data centers.

Aside from its exhibit, the company will also engage in several forums where it will offer valuable perspectives on current and popular subjects, such as AI, advanced manufacturing, 5G business strategies, the low-altitude economy, and digital lifestyles.

Furthermore, the company is set to launch new products, including AI-powered eyewear-free 3D products and the Nebula Telecom Large Model. ZTE aspires to establish a strong ecosystem characterized by openness and decoupling by collaborating with industry partners.

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Frontrunner in Computing Power

Utilizing its proficiency in 5G technologies, the company has explored several applications, including AR live streaming and Integrated Sensing and Communication (ISAC), to promote improved network experiences with speeds exceeding 10 Gbps, potentially transforming industries like the low-altitude economy and autonomous networks.

ZTE has demonstrated its strong computing capabilities with its Nebula intelligent computing network solution. The platform is designed to achieve the highest level of efficiency and scalability. It incorporates advanced technologies such as Edge-Network Congestion Control (ENCC) and Intelligent Global Load Balancing (IGLB).

Pioneering Industrial Digitalization

ZTE's influence extends beyond connection and computing, incorporating significant progress in industrial digitalization. The company is also leading the way in integrating physical and digital domains through initiatives such as "Digital Nebula," a concept known as physical convergence, which has yielded concrete advantages in key areas such as urban infrastructure, water management, and industry development, stimulating innovation and improving productivity.

With 16 years of investment in R&D, ZTE is committed to its strategic goal of "connectivity + computing," which will drive future technical developments. ZTE's goal is to promote collaboration and innovation in the industry, with the purpose of creating a strong ecosystem that values openness and decoupling, establishing the foundation for a smarter and more interconnected world.

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