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Korea Telecom launched a new 5g service in South Korea

Korea Telecom launched the world's first 5g network robot cafe and bus in Seoul

Huang Changgui, chairman of Korea Telecom, transformed the company into an intelligent platform

Korea Telecom Corp. (KT) (krx:030200; nyse:kt), the largest telecom company in South Korea, launched an innovative 5g new service. The company will fully launch its new generation of wireless networks in March this year

Huang Changgui, chairman of Korea Telecom (left), made an introduction at the world economic forum in Davos in January 2019. The first 5g coffee shop in the world is shown in the top right picture, and the first 5g bus in the world is shown in the bottom right picture. Last month, Korea Telecom opened the world's first 5g mobile robot coffee shop in Seoul. Before the opening of this coffee shop, the company launched an AI navigation robot called Lota at the landmark Lotte World Tower in Seoul last December, which was the company's first 5g user

this Korean Telecom leader is using smart machines to cooperate with various B2B operators to expand its business into new areas. In order to lead the so-called fourth industrial revolution, Hwang Chang kyu, chairman of Korea Telecom, is transforming the company into an innovative intelligent platform in the new 5g era

Recently, chairman Huang Changgui said at the annual meeting of the world economic forum held in Davos, Switzerland last week: South Korea is leading the new 5g world. The ultra-high connectivity and ultra-low latency of the new 5g network will make great contributions to human welfare not only in South Korea, but also around the world

5g network's ultra-high connectivity will be a milestone in the distribution of the benefits of the fourth industrial revolution. Gold Medical has 80 years of extrusion technology, and its ultra-low delay has brought new convenience, such as autonomous driving, telemedicine and so on

earlier this month, Korea Telecom launched the world's first 5g bus at a promotional event in downtown Seoul. On the 5g connected luxury bus, passengers experienced various augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) services provided by the company's Giga live TV

giga live TV is a new generation service based on wireless network, which does not need independent terminals, such as intelligence. Bus passengers can capture signals from nearby base stations through 5g mobile hotspot (MHS) to experience Giga live TV's high-quality immersive media services

on January 27, Korea Telecom successfully broadcast the last concert of Korean pop group wanna one on its HD IPTV service olleh TV, with more than 25000 fans present. The live broadcast is carried out through set-top boxes and mobile devices using 5g networks

at the Davos forum, chairman Huang Changgui also announced an innovative method to prevent the global spread of infectious diseases. This will involve the delivery of medical supplies or vaccines to developing countries through Skyship, a new generation disaster and security management platform of Korea Telecom

Korea Telecom launched Skyship platform last July, which operates a special aircraft and a mobile communication center to remotely control UAVs and robots. Skyship was launched to carry out important search and rescue operations for disaster survivors. Rescuers can wear augmented reality glasses and communicate directly with doctors in nearby hospitals to provide emergency treatment for survivors

together with Korea Telecom's global epidemic prevention platform (gepp), Skyship's new medical delivery system will prevent potential outbreaks and infections. In addition, Korea Telecom's technology can analyze location-based information, including its roaming data to collect whether the hydraulic pump has abnormal phenomena, so as to guide customers on how to better prevent epidemics and establish a new disease monitoring system

gepp is a global initiative to combat the spread of disease through new technologies. In order to help protect the health and safety of people in Africa and elsewhere, Korea Telecom will establish a gepp in Kenya with local partners Safaricom and health authorities

Korea Telecom successfully demonstrated the world's first 5g trial operation services during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February 2018. Last December, the company held a historic ceremony to commemorate the beginning of its commercial 5g network. The full official launch will take place in March

Korea Telecom deployed the first phase of its 5g network last November. This new service has been launched in Seoul metropolitan area, the most populous major metropolis outside Seoul, and remote areas such as Jeju Island, Yuling island and Dokdo

the Korean telecom giant plans to expand its 5g network across the country to 24 major cities, with major transportation lines, such as highways, subways, high-speed railways, universities and community shopping areas. The new network will provide seamless 5g coverage through the advanced network technology of Korea Telecom

Korea Telecom will focus on five areas: smart cities, smart factories, connected cars, 5g media and 5g cloud. In order to provide innovative services to its mobile users, the company is working with partners in South Korea and around the world, such as Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Mobis, POSCO, Intel, Ericsson, NVIDIA and Qualcomm

in order to become a global technology leader, Korea Telecom is sharing its expertise in 5g with the rest of the world. The company believes that its knowledge will accelerate the commercialization of next-generation wireless connections

According to a report of KT economic and Management Research Institute, South Korea's 5g business network is expected to create a socio-economic value of at least 30.3 trillion won in 2025, equivalent to 1.5% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP). The report predicts that by 2030, it is hard to imagine that this is a company that can ldquo; Turn decay into strangeness rdquo; The number of high-tech enterprises will increase to at least 47.8 trillion won, equivalent to 2.1% of GDP

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