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9/29/2013 | 8:38:09 PM
Chinese vendors and service providers also have done quite a lot of 100G, and earlier than some companies elsewhere. ZTE and Huawei both seem to have made 100G and 400G innovations at early stages.
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9/20/2013 | 10:42:24 AM
Re: Crunch time re comms control
China has the rest of the world's network infrastructure to "innovate" with. As Robert points out, open competition in telecom services is not in the best interest of the authorities. The question is how far unsanctioned apps and services can push the boundaries.
Gabriel Brown
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9/20/2013 | 7:47:16 AM
Innovation Crunch
You could, obviously, argue for and against this assertion.

To argue against it, look at what China Mobile is doing with C-RAN. It is, unquestionably, trying to innovate.
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9/20/2013 | 7:41:55 AM
Crunch time re comms control
Robert raises some really interesting issues... there is so much potential in China but how long can the authorities there hold back innovation and keep the country relevant in what is increasingly a comms-driven global economy?

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