Lenovo's founder Liu Chuanzhi sent a joint letter saying Lenovo's 5G voting principle has no problem

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Lenovo's founder Liu Chuanzhi sent a joint letter saying Lenovo's 5G voting principle has no problem

PingWest Products reported on May 16th that Lenovo Holdings Chairman Liu Chuanzhi, the founder of Lenovo Group, together with Yang Yuanqing, Chairman and CEO of Lenovo Group, and Zhu Linan, President of Legend Holdings, issued a joint letter in response to the recent “5G Standard Voting” incident. In the letter, Liu Chuanzhi said: "I specifically talked to Huawei's Mr. Ren Zhengfei and he told me that Lenovo had no problems with the 5G standard voting process and thanked Lenovo for its support for Huawei. It was agreed that Chinese companies should be united and not be challenged by outsiders."

He also reconstructed Lenovo's voting details, pointing out that: In the first round of the 3GPP organization's 5G eMBB scheme (RAN1#86bis) At the time of voting, Lenovo Group chose LDPC technology solutions based on its own prior technology and patent reserves. In the second round of voting (RAN1#87), we comprehensively considered the country’s overall industrial cooperation, innovation, and development, and resolutely chose Polar code solutions that did not have much technology accumulation before Lenovo.

Liu Chuanzhi stated that Lenovo Group representatives follow two principles: One is basic, and it is necessary to safeguard the interests of their own companies; there is a higher principle that is to pay attention to the overall situation, and the overall situation is the overall interests of the development of the country and the industry. . Liu Chuanzhi believes that Lenovo's voting principle has no problem and there is no problem in its implementation.

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