There is no doubt that 5G started big and will only get bigger in terms of the number and size of networks deployments, number and types of terminals and limitless possibilities of applications that it serves benefiting societies, industries and economies. Building a 5G-Centric, One Antenna for All is becoming more and more important for carriers.
During the ITU 2020 virtual digital world panel, Dr. Mohamed Madkour gave comments and recommendations on different points regarding 5G business success including: bringing the best power efficiency to 5G, maximizing 5G value, successful roll out strategy, role of regulations and policies, and connecting digital divide in 5G Era.
Energy consumption per unit of data in 5G is much less than that of 4G, but power consumption is much higher. In Hangzhou, the 5G Power solution deployed by China Tower and Huawei supports one cabinet for one site and boasts smart features.
In the past few years, 4G and 5G wireless broadband access – or Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) – has enjoyed sustained double-digit growth in subscriber numbers, thanks to advantages like plug-and-play, zero-wait, and multi-site. It’s the fastest-growing home broadband technology, and 5G’s commercial rollout has only accelerated this momentum.
Our new open class will be online! In this Open Class, Dr. Sangchul Lee, an influential figure in the South Korean communications industry, has been invited as a distinguished guest to talk about South Korea's development of 5G. Stay tuned!
Together, Huawei and the carriers aim to achieve two goals: The first is turning crises into opportunities, to ensure continuous service delivery and network operations and management (O&M) during the pandemic. To make that happen, Huawei is focused on resuming work while keeping its employees safe and sound. Second, Huawei is determined to turn the momentum seen in 5G into value, maximizing network value and enabling 5G's commercial success.
Huawei, in collaboration with other 5G Deterministic Networking Alliance (5GDNA) members recently released the 5GDN@Smart Grid White Paper: Requirements, Technologies, and Practices. This marks the first comprehensive analysis into how 5G Deterministic Networking (5GDN) empowers diverse industries through detailed, quantitative interpretations on specific use cases.
Huawei's 5G wireless and core network equipment and LTE eNodeB has passed the GSMA's Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS). On the top of that, Huawei also passed the 5G cyber security test by China's IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group.
During "Lighting Up Shenzhen, a 5G-powered Smart City" press conference, Guo Ping explained how Huawei intends to work with carriers and other partners on industry applications, leveraging the strengths of five major tech domains to build all-scenario intelligent solutions for Shenzhen to make it the world's digital showcase city.
Huawei’s anticipated mobile open class series is now live for all. The way it works is that Huawei will introduce one monthly cutting edge topic that is proven to be key in the development of 5G.
Huawei and Analysys Mason have conducted analysis of the impact of 5G on energy efficiency in three industries which require energy efficiency transformation most urgently – energy, healthcare and manufacturing – all of which currently have high GHG emissions.
Huawei carrier network business group just finished a busy week delivering its own Global Better World Summit on July 27th attended by thousands of audience from more than 80 countries. More than 50 top industry executives and thought leaders from Huawei, telecom carriers, regulators, analysts, media, and many other partners delivered their speeches.
COVID-19 has not killed the radio access network (RAN) market. In fact, the Dell'Oro Group just upwardly revised its projections for the sector, saying the RAN market will grow at a healthy pace over the next three years.
Despite unforeseen challenges, Huawei recorded revenue of CNY454 billion, a YoY increase of 13.1%, for H1 2020. Huawei promises to fulfill its obligations to customers & suppliers, and contribute to the global digital economy.
Huawei believes technology is for all, we're using it to protect our planet, safeguard your privacy & build a better future for Earth and all its inhabitants.
Huawei's Rotating Chairman Guo Ping: "With the help of 5G, industries are going digital at a faster pace. Next, we will work with our partners on industry applications to help our customers unleash the potential of 5G, generating the first round of dividends from major 5G applications."
The second session of Huawei's online 5G+, Better World Summit was held. Mr. Cai Mengbo, the Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei Carrier BG, delivered the opening speech, calling for unlocking the potential of 5G and solidly strengthening 5G for business.
Technology does more than help us stay together. In the wake of the pandemic, we're seeing how Huawei's using its 5G technology to give humanity & businesses a sense of belonging, support and encouragement.
The achievements of Huawei Founder & CEO Ren Zhengfei are the embodiment of the entrepreneurship required for technological progress, which in turn helps drive long-term economic growth.
Many Huawei employees in different places and different time zones around the world are working from home. But technology is ensuring they are always connected, no matter the place or time. We are all in this together.