Mobile World Congress 2017 has become a hotbed for unveiling technology that attracts people seeking a glimpse at future trends. On display are new technologies, such as 5G, AI, IoT, robotics and virtual reality/augmented reality. With talk of 5G’s impact being similar in scale to that of the smartphone upon its release, Shinya Kukita, Chief Engineer at NEC, said.
The telecom solution exhibits showcased our Enterprise IT Services that contribute to the business expansion of telecom carriers, and Enablement of New Digital Services.
NEC’s stand showcased AI, which will drive urban and industrial digital transformation, along with other cutting-edge technologies and solutions to these customers from various backgrounds.