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Wuhan Devoling Technology Co.,Ltd, based on the rich advantage resources of ICT in Wuhan China, is specialized in the research and development, customization, selling and foreign trade of telecom, computer and terminal products. Our main products are Optical Communication, Site Solution, Engineering, Terminal, Service, and so on.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide our communities with progressive high quality communication technology equipment and services that enhance the value of life and economic development in the area we serve. Our goal is to provide efficiencies in communication technology consistent with the urban areas while living in a rural area.

We take pride in excellent service, integrity, and community involvement. We recognize that our employees are vital to this organization and the achievement of this mission. We are committed to maintaining the progressive growth and success of this organization.

The Value

In today’s world, the best quality and service is the core and important value transfer to our customer. In order to achieve the target, Devoling has come up with an entire range of products as below:

To be Customer-Centric

It is ultimately our customers who enable us to provide the service that we do. We have made every effort to make ourselves as accessible and approachable to our customers as possible. Through the use of our website and Email, we aim to make communication quick, easy and simple.

To Innovate

If we aren’t moving forwards, we will be left behind. We strive to achieve innovation in every aspect of our business. From minor procedural changes, through to operational developments, we constantly review our performance to ensure that we are offering our customers the best service that we can.

To Provide Value

We like to think that we provide more than just high quality products, but that we also provide a reliable, valuable service. By offering flexible delivery solutions, including international shipping, we aim to be at the forefront of our industry in customer service.

That is, you could optimize the supply chain, if possible designated us as your purchase platform, to collect the best resource from China.

What is ICT

ICT, or information and communications technology (or technologies), is the infrastructure and components refers to all forms of computing, internet, telecommunications, digital media and mobile phones and so on.

The Trend of ICT in 2024

With the help of experts and leaders in the industry, this is our list of Five trends in telecom for 2023, a year that, more than a reset, holds great opportunities for telecom as below: the spotlight is on 5G deployments and the massive boost in connectivity, speed and business transformation it brings along. But it won’t be the only trend to shape 2023 for telecoms (projects on 6G are already underway, for instance).

Research shows that telecoms will continue to maintain global competitiveness and boost labour productivity, all while leveraging emerging technologies that have the potential to revolutionize customer experience, network expansion and infrastructure management. We should expect the telecom industry to guide innovation through the new normal as network demands grow larger by the day. Consistent connectivity and enhanced customer service can become the two key elements for the future of telcoms.

1. 5G deployment and expansion

It’s been almost a year since we experienced the first massive event to go 5G: Superbowl LIV. 5G stands for 5th generation and is the latest, but certainly not the last, industry trend set to be deployed worldwide after leaders in telecom have already released their demos and tests. 5G takes seamlessness to a whole other level.

2. Artificial intelligence and Machine learning increased reliability

Closely connected to 5G network deployment, which will act as a catalyst for AI and ML integration, the new era of artificial intelligence will use tons of data to predict peak traffic, provide better end-to-end service and enhance connectivity. Opportunities are there for telcos to leverage these technologies for network capabilities improvements, a seamless customer experience and, of course, infrastructure automation.

3. Growth in cloud platforms

The telecommunications industry is the largest in absolute size within the IT sector, but has generated only 14 percent of the IT growth as a whole (Brookings, 2019). On the contrary, data processing, internet publishing, and other information services are the fastest-growing segments of services-producing industries. XaaS will lead IT expenditure in 2022 and years to come. As investment in legacy technologies (hardware, software, services and telecom) will stabilize, investment in blockchain and other disruptive technologies will increase above average, as spending is diverted towards cloud, mobile, social and big data analytics.

4. From IoT to the era of Internet of (Almost) Everything

The demand for home and industrial IoT devices and applications will continue to exponentially increase in the post-pandemic world. As of 2020, the world has now seen the installation of 20 billion active IoT devices (Statista, 2020), and 127 IoT devices connect every second. Simply astounding. The number is expected to grow to 75 billion connected devices by 2025, just 47 months away.

5. Telecommunications are driving the future of work

With countries entering lockdown (yet again) and businesses regrettably shutting down, the need for a digital transformation is higher than ever. Telecommunication companies have emerged as one of the most essential industries due to the pandemic and will most likely stay that way for the foreseeable future. Bringing people together, enabling professional and social communications, allowing businesses to continue delivering products and services by migrating to the cloud, and showing admirable resilience amid the COVID crisis are among telcos highlights for the past year and we can expect them to build on from this foundation. 2024 will be the year of the great enablers and we will most certainly count telecommunication companies among them.

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