5G is on. Software business enables carriers to transform towards digital acceleration, and achieve a digital ecosystem.
5G is on. With consistent research on the charging methods and standards in telecoms, Huawei has contributed major proposals for the 3GPP charging standard and designed experience-based charging factors, facilitating 5G service rollout and business closed-loop.
Huawei has developed a cloud native, open, and intelligent operation software platform, which enables agile operations and lowers digitization barriers. The platform, developed based on the metadata-driven and microservice architecture, enables agile DevOps and supports continuous integration and continuous deployment and delivery (CI/CD).
Huawei's strategic goal is to promote inclusive financial services, making it possible for financial services to interconnect with each other across service providers. As a new media digital service, HiShow (video Ringback Tone) drives carriers' service innovation and growth.
Huawei continuously evolves digital value-added services toward long-term evolution (LTE) and network function virtualization (NFV).
Huawei aggregates and opens global carriers' digital capabilities and resources (charging, data, message, voice, and IoT), and works with service partners to quickly build localized services for carriers.
Leading standards: Contributes 45% of all 5G 3GPP R15 charging standards.
Advanced technologies: Improves comprehensive performance of charging system more than 10-fold and supports over 1 billion connections.
High scalability: Provides over 1000 charging factors to support fast rollout of multiple 5G services, such as Cloud X and fixed wireless access (FWA).
Develops a cloud native business support system (BSS) based on open application programming interface (API) and microservice. It enables DevOps agile development.
Maximizes the management efficiency for massive connections to the IoT Connection Enablement Platform.
Enables carriers to innovate mobile payment and finance, and accelerates the growth of these services through payment joint-operation.
Interconnects VoLTE service with the short video industry: Creates a revenue stream by seizing unlimited business opportunities during the 15-second call waiting period through eShow (enterprise show) and other scenarios.
Connects global telecom carriers and business partners, aggregates digital capabilities and resources of global carriers, and makes them available for business partners to quickly develop localized services.
Peter Lam, Managing Director, Engineering of Hong Kong Telecom(HKT) shares their customer experience driven-approach to digital transformation. By continuously exploring customer journey, HKT finds the customer's pain points and searches solutions based on the pain points to achieve fast service TTM, which improves user experience and operation efficiency. Huawei helps HKT digital transformation projects and uses efficient development methods to enable HKT B2B service development.
Frederic Vanoosthuyze, CIO of Vodafone Germany shares how Vodafone quickly respond to market changes and maintain its competitiveness during digital transformation. He stresses that digital transformation is a business transformation supported by technology and needs to be customer-centric. For example, RED+ data sharing jointly launched by Vodafone and Huawei is a successful practice of digital transformation in the revenue management based on customer requirements. This service brings many new users to Vodafone and greatly improves the NPS.
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