Company Overview of China Mobile Research Institute
China Mobile Research Institute is based in Beijing, China.
No.53A, Xibianmennei Ave.
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China Mobile Research Institute Key Developments
China Mobile Research Institute Presents at Bank of America Merrill Lynch China Conference 2014, Nov-05-2014 05:00 PM
Oct 31 14
China Mobile Research Institute Presents at Bank of America Merrill Lynch China Conference 2014, Nov-05-2014 05:00 PM. Venue: JW Marriott Beijing (Chaoyang), Beijing, China. Speakers: Huang Yuhong, Deputy GM.
Xilinx and China Mobile Research Institute Collaborate on Virtualized 5G Wireless Networks Development
Sep 15 14
Xilinx Inc. announced its collaboration with China Mobile Research Institute for the development of virtualized 5G wireless networks in a special signing ceremony during the 5G Forum at the International Mobile Internet Conference on August 15, 2014. As 4G wireless networks are being deployed around the world, Xilinx and China Mobile are working together on virtualization advancements for next generation 5G systems to address challenges faced by wireless operators.
Altera Corporation and China Mobile Research Institute Announce Joint Efforts on Next Generation C-Ran Wireless Technologies
Sep 10 14
Altera Corporation announced a three-year strategic agreement with China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) to research and prototype next-generation green wireless network infrastructure solutions based on the Centralized Radio Access Network (C-RAN) architecture that leverages network function virtualization (NFV). The agreement was signed on August 15 in Beijing, China at the 2014 International Mobile Internet Conference, which is organized and sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the three major Chinese operators including China Mobile. Cooperation between Altera and CMRI will center on joint research and development for centralized baseband processing of wireless base stations, with a goal of delivering lower power consumption, lower total operating costs and higher scalability than conventional infrastructure. The new, jointly developed C-RAN architecture will enable operators to increase the spectrum efficiency and to add or upgrade processing capabilities with ease via NVF of the baseband processing resources. This allows operators to reduce their operating expense (OPEX) and create new business models while leveraging existing investments. FPGAs serve key roles in data processing acceleration, component connectivity and front-haul data transportation.
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