China is about to get a lot more internet access than you expected.
And it’s not just because of the internet that’s going to be faster, according to experts from China’s two leading internet service providers, China Unicom and China Mobile.
The telecoms giants are planning to roll out more than 60 new services in the coming years, including a new internet access service, according the WSJ.
The WSJ says that China Unicam, China’s biggest telecom, is in the midst of installing its first 1Gbps fiber optic cable system.
China Mobile is also making the leap from 1G to 1,000Gbps, and the two firms are planning on rolling out fiber optic cables for up to 1.5 million homes in the near future.
So, are you ready to get on with your life?
WSJ has more: WSJ’s “China internet access will make you feel like you’re on the moon” article Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is taking a page from Google’s book and building a superfast internet service for its Chinese customers.
The company will use the same technology that Google developed to provide its Google Fiber internet service in the US.
And, according Google, the service will be cheaper than other broadband services, according Fortune.
“We’re seeing Google Fiber’s potential to be the future internet service of the 21st century,” said Michael Lee, an analyst with the tech investment bank CB Insights.
“Google Fiber has an amazing amount of potential, but Google Fiber doesn’t have the same sort of scale as the Chinese Internet service providers.”
Google has also invested in a Chinese fiber network that could soon bring speeds of up to 500Mbps, according Bloomberg.
And Huawei is already testing a super-fast internet speed of 1,100Mbps, though that service is only for small cities in China and may not be available for everyone.
But there are some things you need to know about this super-speed internet service.
The main feature of the new service is that it’s designed to deliver more than 1,600 megabits per second, according Reuters.
That’s roughly the same as Google’s 1G service, and Huawei claims that the service could also be used by Google Fiber customers to stream video.
However, the company is yet to confirm that this service is available to everyone.
The new service, which is called “Huawei Huawei,” is reportedly in the early stages of development.
And while it sounds like a promising service, there’s still a few things you should know before you sign up.
The service is still in the testing stage, according Huawei.
The companies is still waiting for the FCC to approve the service, but it’s going through the process of setting up the service and certifying the speeds.
So while you can sign up right now, the actual service is expected to be rolled out sometime in the first half of 2020, according CNBC.
The two Chinese internet service companies are planning that Huawei will provide the first of its super-high-speed services in 2020, Reuters reports.
“Huangzhou, the city in which the service is being planned, has a population of 3 million and the government has been preparing for the arrival of the service,” the news agency said.
The Shanghai-based company says that it will roll out the service over a 10-year period starting with the first anniversary of the company’s acquisition of the telecom company in 2016.
But, the rollout will only be possible if Huawei is willing to invest at least $2 billion in infrastructure.
So far, the two companies are working on a new fiber optic network that would bring speeds up to 250Mbps, Reuters says.
But the internet speeds that Huawei claims will be available to users in Shanghai and Beijing, China, will be far slower than those in the rest of the country, according CNN.
And if you want to try the service out for yourself, you might want to watch a short video that explains the process.