A 5G network in one of the world’s most remote regions

ZTE has rolled out a 5G network in China’s Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in the remote Sanjiangyuan National Park. 5G enables remote monitoring to supplement on-site patrols, avoiding frequent trips into remote high-altitude areas. Patrol staff face prolonged isolationThe remote, uninhabited areas across the national park lack network coverage, meaning patrol staff face prolonged isolation when camping there for months. In this interview, Alex Wang, Managing Director of 5G RAN Solutions at ZTE, explains why and how the company has managed to roll out a 5G network there. The fabulous supporting video, “Guardian of the Guardians”, shows the extreme conditions of he region and the challenges faced rolling out a 5G network there.

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