13 April 2018, Shenzhen, China - ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that it has been designated as the chair of newly formed IEEE 802.11 NGV SG (Next Generation V2X Study Group).
At the IEEE 802.11 meeting held in March 2018, IEEE formed the IEEE 802.11 NGV SG to kick off the research of the next-generation V2X technology and corresponding standardization process, in response to the requirement for adopting recent 802.11 technologies for new V2X applications, specifically for higher throughput applications, better reliability/efficiency, and extended range as well.
The goal of the NGV SG is to define the scope and develop the PAR and CSD for an IEEE 802.11 standard on Next -Generation V2X while maintaining backward compatibility with 802.11p. Sun Bo, a ZTE standard expert, was designated as the chair of the IEEE 802.11 NGV SG.
As the 5G pioneer of 5G technology and implementation, ZTE has been actively committed to the standardization development and implementation of new 5G technologies, including vehicle communications and networks.
Recently, ZTE has been advancing its leadership in global and domestic SDOs arena, with its standard expert Zhou Jingyi, designated as the chair of the Numbering Adhoc under IEEE-SA NewCom and Sun Bo elected as the chair of WPAN WG under China NIST recently. The company is also the vice chair of 3GPP RAN2, the vice chair of IEEE P1934 WG, rapporteurs of two important ETSI MEC ISG projects and the board member of OpenFog Consortium.
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