China Mobile sees enterprises requiring computing resources from their CSPs

Guy Daniels
By Guy Daniels

Mar 11, 2019

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Dr. Liang Geng, Principle Researcher, Edge Computing, China Mobile Research Institute

With 5G, enterprise verticals will have different requirements from their CSPs than consumers; some of them will not only require communications but also computing resources – they want their connectivity to be more agile and flexible. China Mobile, like many other CSPs, is shifting from using proprietary technologies to off-the-shelf solutions. Intel’s new Cascade Lake generation of processors are specifically optimized for network workloads. China Mobile explains that power consumption is now a major factor because more and more computing power needs to be deployed in networks, so the balance between consumption and computing power is now critically important.

Filmed at MWC19, Barcelona, Spain

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