The fastest speeds that are available to the average consumer today are the ones that are being deployed in 5G network systems.
In the coming months, the first of these 5G systems, called 5G-X, will arrive in markets like the United States and Canada.
However, the 5G market is still quite new, with more than 400 million people in the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Brazil, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United Arab Emirates already connected.
And now, in China, we have some good news: According to a report published today by the Chinese state news agency Xinhua, China is set to begin deploying 5G devices by the end of this year.
As we’ve previously reported, 5G technology has been a priority for the Chinese government for a number of years.
Accordingly, the country’s National Communications Commission (NCC) has long been considering the deployment of 5G in its network.
Now, according to the Xinhua report, China will start deploying 5Gs in the country by 2020.
Xinhua also said that the government will also begin to implement the 5Gs by 2022, while the deployment will continue to take place after 2020.
The launch of 5Gs will bring to the forefront a new market for Chinese mobile network operators.
Chinese mobile operators have traditionally focused on using their network to provide mobile hotspots and to provide internet services, but 5G will provide an entirely different market to their current offerings.
5G-x is expected to be the first 5G device that will be released by China, and will be available in at least 100 markets in 2019, according to the Chinese company’s website.
While 5G has been in development for more than five years, it’s only been in the last two years that the Chinese technology has gained widespread acceptance in the global mobile market.
With a market share of about 13% in the U.S., and a market capitalization of $2.9 billion, 5Gs are a much more exciting technology than the one we saw earlier this year with the launch of the first Google Pixel.
It’s easy to see why the Chinese tech giants are so excited about this new market.
And, according the report, the introduction of 5GS in China will help them to achieve a lot more than just to get people connected to the internet, but also to expand the reach of 5Gb technology.
The Chinese government is also looking at how to make the country a leader in 5Gs, and it will be interesting to see what their plans are in the coming years.