China Unicom releases eAI-accelerated education broadband

China Unicom (Beijing) has released the first eAI-accelerated education broadband in China, providing gigabit high-speed broadband for students in Beijing.

The embedded AI (eAI) technology reduces the latency of online education services by more than 50% and ensures a smooth online learning experience in the fifth generation fixed network (F5G) era.

Understanding that online education requires high bandwidth in both upstream and downstream directions, China Unicom (Beijing) chose Huawei’s eAI-accelerated education broadband solution to provide students with convergent gigabit broadband in both wired and wireless modes, thereby reshaping the online education experience.

Huawei’s eAI-accelerated education broadband solution has four key advantages: zero frame freezing, Wi-Fi penetrating one more wall, instant fault recovery, and reduced carbon emissions equivalent to one tree planted.

Zhang Yunyong, General Manager of China Unicom’s Product Centre said, “China Unicom is committed to promoting the prosperity and development of the telecom industry together with partners across the industry chain. The current education broadband will bring a new service experience to the online education industry.”

Qin Yang, Deputy General Manager of China Unicom (Beijing) said, “We are dedicated to providing users with a superior experience using innovative technologies. The education broadband released using Huawei’s eAI and big data technologies will provide students in Beijing with the same smooth education without requiring them to be physically present in classrooms.”

Jeffrey Zhou, President of Huawei’s Access Network Product Line said, “The F5G gigabit era has come. High-quality online education experience requires zero frame freezing, zero disconnection, higher bandwidth, lower latency, and wider coverage. In the future, home network services also need to be more secure, agile, and energy efficient.”

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