4 edition of Telecommunications in China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -183) and index.
|Statement||Jintong Lin, Xiongjian Liang and Yan Wan, editors.|
|Contributions||Lin, Jintong., Liang, Xiongjian., Wan, Yan.|
|LC Classifications||HE8424 .T452 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||2001270424|
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This book tells how China conducted its remarkable "telecommunications revolution". It examines both corporate and government policy to get citizens connected to both voice and data networks, looks at the potential challenges to the one-party government when citizens get this access, and considers the new opportunities for networking now Cited by: The number of mobile and fixed-line telephone users soared from a mere 2 million in to a total of nearly million in China has been the most successful developing nation in history for spreading telecommunications access at an unparalleled rapid pace.
This book tells how China conducted its remarkable "telecommunications revolution".5/5(1). See: Telecommunications industry in China Telephones – main lines in use: million (March ) Telephones – mobile cellular subscribers: billion (March ) Telephone country code: 86 (see Telephone numbers in China); China imported its first mobile phone telecommunication facilities in and it took a decade for the number of subscribers to reach 10 million.
and intangible assets, covered twenty-one provinces and cities; while the northern group, which covers ten provinces and cities, 2 merged with the former China Netcom and Jitong and was renamed the China Net Telecom Group, or China Netcom.
After this round of reforms, the market landscape of China's telecommunications industry changed significantly. The book is based on the author's fieldwork conducted in several Chinese cities, as well as extensive archival research.
It focuses on key issues such as building and running the country's Internet, mobile phone company rivalry, foreign investment in the sector.
The telecommunications industry began in the s, with the invention of the telegraph, the first mechanical communications device. It shortened communication from Author: Brian Beers. This book gathers world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of telecommunications and presents their latest activities.
The main focus of the book is the advances in telecommunications modeling, policy, and technology. ( views) Radio Communications by Alessandro Bazzi - InTech, ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Telecommunications and Development: An Introduction / Paul S.N.
Lee Learning From the Evolution of Telecommunications in the Developed World / Benjamin J. Bates A History of Telecommunications in China: Development. Get this from a library. Telecommunications and economic development in China. [Markus Wauschkuhn; Universität Bremen.
Institut für Weltwirtschaft und Internationales Management.; Hochschule Bremen. Internationaler Studiengang Volkswirtschaft.].
Telecommunications definition, the transmission of information, as words, sounds, or images, usually over great distances, in the form of electromagnetic signals, as by telegraph, telephone, radio, or television.
See more. From Iron Fist to Invisible Hand uses telecommunications policy as a window to examine major contradictions in China's growth as an economic and political superpower. While China policy analysts wonder why the government occasionally restrains growth and raises prices, technologists marvel at how the telecommunications industry continues to grow enormously despite constraints and.
This book tells how China conducted its remarkable "telecommunications revolution". It examines both corporate and government policy to get citizens connected to both voice and data networks, looks at the potential challenges to the one-party government when citizens get this access, and considers the new opportunities for networking now.
InChina Telecom and Chinese internet company Netease jointly launched an instant messaging app called Yixin in a bid to challenge the dominance of Tencent’s WeChat. The app allows mobile users to use it without consuming any mobile data, including subscribers of China Mobile and China Unicom.
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6 – Notable. A helpful and/or enlightening book that stands out by at least one aspect, e.g. is 8/ "China Telecom Industry Newsletter" is released by Deloitte China Telecommunications industry service team, aimed at senior management and industry experts. The newsletter provides information on recent development of Telecom industry, discussions on hot topics in the industry and latest policies and regulations related to the Telecom industry.
China's telecommunications industry has seen revolutionary transformation and growth over the past three decades. Chinese Internet users number nearly million, and the PRC expects to quickly pass the US in total numbers of connected citizens. The number of mobile and fixed-line telephone users soared from a mere 2 million in to a total of nearly million in As the super-fast network is rolled out across the country, we look at how much it will cost, when you can get it and what it means for the NBN – and your health.
China's telecommunications development has generally been driven by investments from government-allied entities and features a strong industrial policy.
As the market approaches saturation, there has been a shift of emphasis in China's broadband policy from infrastructure build-up and service provision to application creation and user demand. We can convey important information quickly and efficiently, and now, with cell phones and smartphones, we can send important data, capture memories, and explore the Internet, all from our mobile phone.
The history of the telephone is an amazing timeline of experimentation and discovery. China had also reached million by the end of (Statistical Year Book of China, ). China was not only regarded as a market for service providers but also as a manufacturing base for telecommunications equipment.
Increase in subscribers had resulted in the expansion of domestic manufacturing industry. Telecommunication Services in China: Facing the Challenges of WTO Accession Despite opening up the Information echnology (IT) industry to foreign investment andT deregulating much of the economy, China’s telecommunications sector today remains the most restricted and regulated of all the major developing-country countries in the region.
China Telecom Corp. Ltd. is engaged in the provision of wireline and mobile telecommunications services. Its products and services include wireline and mobile voice, internet, managed data and.Telecommunications Policy is concerned with the impact of digitalization in the economy and society.
The journal is multidisciplinary, encompassing conceptual, theoretical and empirical studies, quantitative as well as qualitative. The scope includes policy, regulation, and governance; big data, artificial intelligence and data science; new and.