Huang Ying, vice president of Lenovo, responded to Lenovo's 5G voting: malicious attacks.


Huang Ying, vice president of Lenovo, responded to Lenovo's 5G voting: malicious attacks.

Recently, the "Lenovo 5G voting event" has been bubbling up on the Internet. The cause of the incident stems from the voting on the 5G channel coding standard scheme in 2016. Two years later, the Internet social platform began to posting some "why don't vote for HUAWEI", "Lenovo does not support the Polar program" and other content. Subsequently, Lenovo fell into a wave of public opinion that did not support its own businesses.

Huang Ying, vice president of Lenovo Group, responded to the 5G voting event: in the first round of voting for the 3GPP 5G eMBB program, the Lenovo group chose the LDPC technology scheme based on its own pre technology and patent reserves. In the second round of voting, the overall industrial cooperation, innovation and development of the country were taken into consideration, and the Polar code scheme without much technical accumulation before Lenovo was chosen. Lenovo's voting principle is no problem and there is no problem in execution.


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