U.S. carriers and businesses compete for 5G commercialization and begin to recruit a large number of people

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 U.S. carriers and businesses compete for 5G commercialization and begin to recruit a large number of people


Picture: 5G-enabled Samsung Galaxy S10 + Smartphone

Netease Technologies News, April 11, according to foreign media reports, as mobile operators in various cities in the United States launched 5G network services, also began to increase the recruitment of relevant personnel.

According to LinkUp, a job search engine, the number of jobs related to 5G Web services has increased by 12% in the past three weeks. Mobile operators and equipment providers are eager to launch the next generation of wireless technology 5G, which has a network access speed of up to 1 gigabit per second. Just last week, Verizon took the lead in providing 5G mobile services in two cities in the United States, becoming the first mobile operator to offer 5G services in the United States market.

LinkUp analyzed nearly 5 million job vacancies in 50,000 companies, and counted the list of 5G positions in the job title or job description from March 15 to April 8. The top five companies recruiting 5G talents are Verizon, DishNetwork, Nokia Oyj, Oath (owned by Verizon) and Xilinx.

According to LinkUp, Verizon released 188 5G related job offers during this period, the highest of all companies. But for a company with more than 140,000 employees, Verizons current 5G recruitment scale is relatively small, accounting for only 6% of the total vacancies.

Chip manufacturers are also expanding their 5G team. Chipmaker Xilinx has released 117 5G related positions, accounting for 36% of the companys total recruitment positions. Qualcomm, which has 15% of related technology patents, has released 10 5G positions in the past three weeks. Minneapolis and Chicago were Verizons first two cities to launch 5G services, but these two cities do not seem to be Verizons offices for recruiting 5G-related talent. On the contrary, there has been a significant increase in 5G recruitment in New York, San Jose, Boston, Dallas and Washington since March 15. These data may indicate that the next city may launch 5G services, but many of them may be related to the location of the 5G product development office. Source of this article: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541

Chip manufacturers are also expanding their 5G team. Chipmaker Xilinx has released 117 5G related positions, accounting for 36% of the companys total recruitment positions. Qualcomm, which has 15% of related technology patents, has released 10 5G positions in the past three weeks.

Minneapolis and Chicago were Verizons first two cities to launch 5G services, but these two cities do not seem to be Verizons offices for recruiting 5G-related talent. On the contrary, there has been a significant increase in 5G recruitment in New York, San Jose, Boston, Dallas and Washington since March 15. These data may indicate that the next city may launch 5G services, but many of them may be related to the location of the 5G product development office. (Han Bing)