Promoting the pilot application of ultra-high-speed wireless local area network in rural areas in the Former Central Soviet Area of Jiangxi, Fujian and Guangdong Provinces is an important measure to implement the strategy of Rural Revitalization in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth National Congresses of the CPC and to strengthen support for the construction of old revolutionary areas. In December 2015, under the witness of the Ministry of Finance, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Fujian Provincial People's Government, China Telecom and Guangdong Nufront jointly signed the Framework Agreement on Cooperation in Promoting the Pilot Application of Ultra-High-Speed Wireless LAN in Rural Areas of Former Central Soviet Area of Jiangxi, Fujian and Guangdong Provinces, taking EUHT technology of Guangdong Nufront as a technical support, the advantage of China Telecom's fiber-to-village to provide low-cost, high-performance wireless Internet coverage for the Former Central Soviet Area of Jiangxi, Fujian and Guangdong Provinces, and to solve the "last kilometer" problem of information entering the village, so that the majority of rural users can share high-quality Internet services.
At present, the construction work of 3301 pilot villages in 13 counties of 4 cities including Shaoguan, Heyuan, Meizhou and Chaozhou in the Former Central Soviet Area of Guangdong Province has been completed. The construction of 1,000 pilot villages in 18 counties of Ganzhou in the Former Central Soviet Area of Jiangxi Province has progressed steadily. The construction of 1,000 pilot villages in 19 counties of Sanming, Longyan, Nanping and Zhangzhou in the Former Central Soviet Area of Fujian Province has progressed steadily.
Compared with traditional fiber-optic, the application of pilot work can effectively save network construction cycle and cost, successfully realize low-cost, high-performance wireless Internet coverage in rural areas, solve the problem of the “last kilometer” of network entering the village, and laying a good foundation for the task of “accelerating rural modernization” proposed by the 19th National Congress. Nowadays, at home and in the fields, villagers can use computers and mobile phones to connect to ultra-high-speed wireless LANs to make free video calls, watch live videos, browse current news, shop and learn online. Ultra-high-speed wireless LAN has become a bridge and link between thousands of villagers and the ever-changing market, effectively promoting local rural economic development and labor return.
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