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August 01, 2015 12:26 PM ET

Wireless Telecommunication Services

Company Overview of China Mobile Communications Corporation

Company Overview

China Mobile Communications Corporation is a holding company operating through its subsidiaries that provide mobile voice communications services in China. It also offers data, Internet protocol telephone, and multimedia services. The company provides local call, domestic long-distance call, domestic roaming, international long-distance call, international roaming, e-mail communication, caller identity, reminder, call forwarding, and wireless music club services. It also offers mobile newspaper, call conceal, CRBT, conference call, mobile Internet, voice mailbox, call barring, GSM and GPRS roaming, mobile short messages, multimedia message, and mobile data application services. In addition, ...

29, Financial Street

Xicheng District

Beijing,  100032


Founded in 1997


86 10 6360 4988


86 10 6360 0364

Key Executives for China Mobile Communications Corporation

Chief Executive, President, General Manager, and Director
Age: 56
Party Secretary, Chairman and Director
Age: 63
Vice President and Executive Director
Age: 59
Vice President and Executive Director
Age: 57
Qualified Accountant
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

China Mobile Communications Corporation Key Developments

Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. and China Mobile Communications Corporation Unveil Software-Defined Clock Network Solution

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and China Mobile Communications Corporation have unveiled a software-defined clock network solution that reportedly provides centralized control and automated management of clock synchronization networks. The new solution is a breakthrough in the field of software-defined mobile backhaul innovation, and further promotes the commercialization of Software-defined Networking (SDN) technology. With the continued rapid development of mobile broadband, the density of base stations and size of mobile backhaul networks have increased. This resulted in China Mobile facing the challenge of planning and managing clock synchronization. Through continuous research and investment into SDN technology, and a thorough understanding of the synchronization requirements of real networks, China Mobile and Huawei developed the first innovative solution to address this which automatically computes, plans and provisions the clock paths based on the overall physical network topology, thus can eliminate the risks associated with manual planning. The embedded algorithm can compute and plan a clock network with tens of thousands of nodes in a few minutes, with the guarantee that synchronization loops will not be introduced. When compared with traditional, manual planning, the efficiency output of the Software-defined Clock Network solution is almost a thousand times better. In addition, the solution also provides performance monitoring, fast assessment, intelligent optimization and rapid trouble-shooting when deployed. Overall, the solution greatly enhances the ability to manage a mobile backhaul clock network, simplifies the network operation to reduce future issues, and reduces operational costs for telecommunications companies.

China Mobile Communications Corp. and CCTV Sign on Framework Agreement in Beijing for Strategic Cooperation in Jointly Building 4G Video Broadcasting Center

China Mobile Communications Corp. and CCTV inked framework agreement in Beijing for strategic cooperation in jointly building 4G video broadcasting center. The company revealed that both sides will spend three to five years in building Chinese biggest new media platform.

China Mobile Communications Corporation Declares Dividend for 2014

China Mobile's board of directors has declared an interim dividend of HKD 1.540 per share. The amount is in accordance with the dividend payout ratio planned for the full financial year of 2014. Bu comparison, the dividend for the same period of 2013 was set at HKD 1.696 per share.

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