The information and communication industry in the Yangtze River Delta has accelerated the integration of digital and physical industries, according to a forum held in Nanjing on Monday.
With the theme of "New Journey of Information and Communication and Digital Intelligence in the Yangtze River Delta", the 20th Yangtze River Delta Science and Technology Forum Information and Communication Sub Forum was held in Nanjing on Monday.
More than 350 representatives from government departments, basic telecommunications enterprises, research institutes and some other information and communication industries in the Yangtze River Delta region discussed how to accelerate industry-university-research cooperation, assist in the construction of digital Jiangsu and the high-quality development of the Yangtze River Delta integration, and ensure the Internet information security.
An award-giving ceremony was held for the winners of the 2023 China Communications Society Science and Technology Award in the Yangtze River Delta region.
“Our team's research project this time mainly focuses on the prevention and application of false recruitment, employment, advertising and other information on the Internet, known as ‘black and gray industry’. We analyze and process this information, release it to the public security department for analysis, and then block fraudulent information and behavior,” said Zhu Tongxian, General Manager of Network and Information Security Management Center of China Mobile Communications Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd.
Jiangsu is accelerating the integration and application of industrial internet, with a total of 58 secondary nodes for industrial internet identification resolution launched in the province. More than 7900 5G application projects signed for basic telecommunications enterprises, bringing the number of 5G fully connected factories to 437.
Basic telecommunications companies are accelerating their transformation towards TOB services, with the proportion of digital services in total revenue increasing from 29.3% to 33.3%, further enhancing the information and communication industry's support for industrial digitization.