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Ten highlights at the Huawei booths

> > Highlight 1: Demonstration of end-to-end Huawei 5G solutions; onsite experience of 5G use cases: wireless medicine & driverless buses

This is the first year for 5G commercial use, and Huawei is the first company to launch a full range of end-to-end commercial 5G products. At MWC Shanghai, you will be able to experience the world's first and only 5G device and 5G chipset, which fills the gap of device in early trials. You will experience comprehensive coverage with a network built on the R15 eMBB standard, delivering 30x the capacity and 10x the experience. You will experience the 5G-ready X-Haul solution. And you will see what end-to-end 5G means in terms of new commercial products, new operating efficiency, and a new user experience 10x anything that can be achieved using current networks. In addition, you will see two use cases where end-to-end 5G is already in use: driverless buses and 5G medical robots.

> > Highlight 2: Huawei SingleRAN Pro: The solution for efficient, agile, automated networks in the 5G era

The Huawei SingleRAN Pro solution will help build an efficient, agile, and automated network for mobile broadband. SingleRAN Pro networks will support not just 5G, but also existing 2G/3G/4G, with a single, all-in-one hardware platform, agile architecture, and network automation. A single network can enable carriers to develop multiple services, while improving O&M, resource and energy efficiency.

LTE Evolution offers three features: more bands, more antennas, and more sectors. As a result, the network has higher capacity, higher spectrum efficiency, and more space for business growth. And this brings value for our customers, including lower cost per bit, lower energy per bit, and lower OPEX.

Experience-driven LTE network deployment enables differentiated network operations and continuous revenue growth. This is achieved by delivering and monetizing a better user experience, including differentiated value-added services, higher video resolution, faster data rate, and lower network latency. This enables carriers to benefit more from user experience than data traffic.

> > Highlight 3: Automated, agile private line app and CloudAPP put the intent-driven network in the palm of your hand: Sense, see, and guarantee the experience of enterprise customers

Huawei is rolling out two intent-driven apps, so that everyone can experience the intent-driven network for themselves.

The first is the automated, agile private line app, which supports the bundling and orchestration of over 20 services. With this app, carriers can connect their customers to cloud private lines in days, while delivering an e-commerce experience. This is an 80% reduction in delivery time compared to existing models. Using the Telemetry tools, carriers can monitor the user experience on second level, enabling them to deliver a visualized and guaranteed private line services for enterprise customers.

The second is the CloudAPP. It combines CloudCampus, which enables simplified cloud management with scan-and-go, mobile O&M, and network monitoring anywhere anytime; and CampusInsight for proactive O&M, with visualized network quality, active identification and prediction of network faults. With these tools, networks can be self-healing, and the user experience can be guaranteed at a high level of precision. With intent-driven networks, end-to-end network configuration can be automated, and the network can sense the user experience in real time, enabling predictive analysis and proactive optimization.

> > Highlight 4: Video services on large/small screens and in different scenarios; improved viewing and control experience; new video services like 4K HD, virtual reality, and video ring back tone

In 2017, over 100 carriers worldwide defined video as a basic service. Video is one of the key strengths that carriers distinguish themselves from their competitors.

In 2018, the focus on video has shifted from quantity to quality. Huawei's video booth offers a rich experience in fixed network video, mobile video, and converged video. The best practices of carriers show the road to success in video. Come and join the discussion around business success in video, and find new opportunities in video for carriers.

> > Highlight 5: vCEM platform enables end-to-end experience management for higher customer satisfaction

The Huawei vCEM customer experience management solution draws on data from multiple sources. It applies big data analytics to ensure a video experience across the entire network that is clear, precise, and customer-attractive. Clear means an analysis across six dimensions to rank districts in order of their value. Video can then be locally stored and delivered to support precision marketing. Precise means that the network supports user profiling and customized services, enabling high-quality video calls and a better user experience. Customer-attractive is made possible by applying O + B big data modelling and machine learning. The solution identifies users with a high risk of churn, and helps customer services/marketing managers to target and retain them. vCEM can expand the customer base while maintaining customer quality, and increase capabilities in both active and passive O&M, ultimately resulting in better customer perceptions.

> > Highlight 6: Use cases of NB-IoT-based smart heating, fire safety, and grid: Making companies more efficient, making life better

At this year's MWC Shanghai, Huawei will be rolling out some real NB-IoT applications:

1. NB-IoT smart heating helps control pollution and reduce energy waste. This solution uses real-time temperature data to control the heating system. It can save CNY300 if every 1°C of excessive heating is controlled.

2. NB-IoT smart fire safety reduces the cost of device connection, making automatic fire prevention lower than manual patrols.

3. NB-IoT smart grid increases fire warning accuracy from 30% to 97%, and reduces manual maintenance by 75%.

>> Highlight 7: Focusing on higher capabilities in four areas: marketing, network, services, and business, to help carriers build high-quality broadband networks and achieve business success

Huawei uses big data analytics to help carriers with high-quality marketing and deliver a better home broadband experience. A high-quality network requires targeted planning to boost video quality. For users with low-quality video services, Huawei uses big data analytics to determine the root cause and make targeted optimizations to improve network quality. Faster, higher-quality network connection and maintenance services are also possible, with improvements in KPIs across all services. Carriers can upgrade their services by deploying optical modems and set-top boxes to roll out gigabit broadband on an intelligent network; basic video + video value-added; digital campus; and even intelligent hotel services.

>> Highlight 8: Full-scenario site solutions based on user needs and experience; fast network deployment to maximize network value

The Huawei Indoor Digital System (IDS) is driving industrial upgrades. The LampSite series solutions support all indoor scenarios, including the large-capacity scenarios in transportation hubs, shopping malls, campuses, and stadiums, and the high-density scenarios in hotels and office buildings. Building on the SingleRAN Pro architecture, it ensures that the system is manageable, controllable, and evolvable. For carriers looking to evolve to 5G, Huawei offers a "zero build-out" upgrade with no new cables or sites. A single investment will deliver long-term returns. At MWC Shanghai, we will be demonstrating an integrated intelligent site, with pole-mounted BookRRU. This site solution is environmentally friendly, and combines multiple functions to allow carriers to spread their costs and obtain site permissions more easily. Ultimately, it will enable smart cities.

>> Highlight 9: Cloud-network synergy supports the one-stop cloud migration of enterprise IT

prise LAN extends directly into the carrier cloud, so that campuses can connect directly to the LAN without connecting to the Internet – giving the enterprise network much more security.

Cloud-network synergy also means that carriers can offer a rich range of applications, from cloud switchboards, cloud call center, and cloud backup to cloud monitoring, cloud portal, block storage, and IoT enablement. The cloud can also serve as the carrier's B2B service interface, with synchronized cloud-network order processing, and automated service provisioning. This cuts TTM for new enterprise services, and enables carriers to deliver a one-stop, agile experience to their enterprise customers.

>> Highlight 10: FusionCloud, the world's first ICT converged cloud. One cloud and full-stack cloud services to help carriers create their digital future

In the 5G era, carriers cannot allow their IT platforms to be the weak of new services. At this year's MWC Shanghai, we will be presenting the next generation of private cloud for carriers, based on Huawei FusionCloud 6.3. As the world's first ICT converged cloud architecture, this solution has a one-cloud, multiple-resource pool structure. It integrates and operates carriers' internal IT applications, external innovative service applications, and telecom network applications on a single cloud platform, with multiple resource pools that can be managed centrally. The industry's most complete stack of IaaS + PaaS + DaaS cloud services includes up to 40+ service types, which means that carriers can easily migrate their core and heavy-duty services into the cloud.