Lenovo CEO: Uniform Standards for 5G Needed Across Countries

Lenovo CEO: Uniform Standards for 5G Needed Across Countries

Lenovo Group Ltd. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Yang Yuanqing talks about the importance for companies across the world to cooperate in the technology industry, and the need for a uniform standard for fifth-generation mobile technology. He ...
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