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Company Overview of China Mobile Research Institute

Company Overview

China Mobile Research Institute is based in Beijing, China.

No.53A, Xibianmennei Ave.

Xuanwu District

Beijing,  100053

China

Phone:

86 13 9010 89367

Key Executives for China Mobile Research Institute

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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

China Mobile Research Institute Key Developments

Nokia Solutions and Networks and China Mobile Research Institute expand MoU

Nokia Solutions and Networks and China Mobile Research Institute have expanded their memorandum of understanding, or MoU, originally signed in 2010. Under the terms of the renewed agreement, the two parties will further their cooperation on research and standardization of advanced mobile broadband technologies in LTE as well as in 5G. The MoU reflects their vision of 2020 and outlines key focus areas for future mobile networks. As devices become more sophisticated, new applications evolve, and more data is required at higher speeds, the global demand for mobile broadband will continue to grow exponentially in the next decade. To meet this challenge, NSN and CMRI are again joining forces to develop innovative technologies. These will help mobile operators provide an unmatched personal gigabyte experience.

Nokia Solutions and Networks and China Mobile Research Institute Expand MoU

Nokia Solutions and Networks and China Mobile Research Institute expanded their memorandum of understanding (MoU), which was originally signed in 2010. Under the terms of the renewed agreement, the two parties will further their cooperation on research and standardisation of advanced mobile broadband technologies in LTE as well as in 5G. The MoU reflects their vision of 2020 and outlines key focus areas for future mobile networks.

Altera Corporation Announces Collaboration with China Mobile Research Institute to Develop Next-Generation Wireless Networks

Altera Corporation announced its collaboration with China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) to research and develop next-generation wireless networks based on the Centralized Radio Access Network (C-RAN) architecture. Altera FPGAs and intellectual property (IP) provide CMRI's wireless system solutions with a development platform and technical support that are being used to verify future wireless architectures used in the cellular network of China Mobile. The cloud-based C-RAN architecture delivers lower power consumption, lower costs and higher frequency spectrum efficiency in high-capacity base station equipment by centralizing the baseband processing of a large-scale area into the cloud. The C-RAN architecture enables operators to dynamically schedule mobile traffic according to current network loads. China Mobile is actively developing the C-RAN architecture in order to cost-effectively optimize its network based on various wireless standards including GSM (2G), TD-SCDMA (3G) and LTE (4G). Altera and CMRI are working together to debug and verify next-generation wireless systems based on the C-RAN architecture by leveraging Altera's FPGA technology and CPRI and Ethernet IP.

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