Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong chief executive Kenny Koo, second from left, and Emperor Entertainment Group’s Mani Fok Man-hei join Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra artistic director Yan Huichang, third from left, and HSBC’s Zhang Huifeng on stage ahead of the orchestra’s 5G-backed 4K live-streamed concert, held at the Harbour Grand Kowloon hotel on June 13. Photo: Handout
Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong chief executive Kenny Koo, second from left, and Emperor Entertainment Group’s Mani Fok Man-hei join Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra artistic director Yan Huichang, third from left, and HSBC’s Zhang Huifeng on stage ahead of the orchestra’s 5G-backed 4K live-streamed concert, held at the Harbour Grand Kowloon hotel on June 13. Photo: Handout
5G

Hutchison Telecom CEO sees subsidy scheme, new applications, next iPhone boosting Hong Kong’s 5G adoption

  • Live-streaming with 4K digital resolution is one of several new 5G enterprise services being offered by 3 Hong Kong, the city’s second-largest mobile network operator
  • The government’s new subsidy scheme for early deployment of 5G is expected to help fund around 100 qualified projects

Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong chief executive Kenny Koo, second from left, and Emperor Entertainment Group’s Mani Fok Man-hei join Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra artistic director Yan Huichang, third from left, and HSBC’s Zhang Huifeng on stage ahead of the orchestra’s 5G-backed 4K live-streamed concert, held at the Harbour Grand Kowloon hotel on June 13. Photo: Handout
Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong chief executive Kenny Koo, second from left, and Emperor Entertainment Group’s Mani Fok Man-hei join Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra artistic director Yan Huichang, third from left, and HSBC’s Zhang Huifeng on stage ahead of the orchestra’s 5G-backed 4K live-streamed concert, held at the Harbour Grand Kowloon hotel on June 13. Photo: Handout
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