ZTE is committed to becoming a road builder of the digital economy, deploying leading commercial 5G Messaging networks for operators, and cultivating a new 5G Messaging ecosystem with global industry chain partners. On the eve of 2021’s Asia-Pacific 5G Messaging Application Conference, ZTE’s Vice President Wang Quan was interviewed to explain the vendor’s development achievements and future plans in the 5G Messaging field.
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