Enabling operator success, cultivating new business,
and facilitating user migration to 5G: Exploring new industry opportunities
and unlocking the potential of home broadband.
♦ 5G user migration ♦ 5GtoB experiences in China
♦ Naked-eye 3D ♦ New Calling ♦ Cloud phone
♦ RedCap ♦ Affordable devices
♦ China ♦ Middle East ♦ Asia Pacific
With a life-saving technology that speeds up treatment for stroke patients, China Unicom, Xuanwu Hospital, China Information Technology Designing & Consulting Institute (CITC), Bechoice, and Huawei scooped the GSMA GLOMO's 'Best Mobile Innovation for the Connected Health and Wellbeing' award during World Mobile Congress in Barcelona.
At Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona 2023, Huawei took home multiple GTI Awards. 5G Smart Ocean project won the GTI 'Market Development Award' for its outstanding contributions to the digital transformation of the maritime industry.
At MWC Barcelona 2023, Botswana's Debswana and Huawei jointly announced the world's first 5G-oriented smart diamond mine project.
Huawei launched its next-generation microwave MAGICSwave at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 Barcelona. MAGICSwave uses cross-generational innovations to help operators build simplified target networks that are better oriented to long-term 5G evolution as they optimize total cost of ownership (TCO) and smooth transport network evolution.
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona 2023, Huawei launched the Eco series antennas that reduce site power consumption, improve network energy efficiency, and save OPEX. These ultra-energy-efficient antennas reduce carbon emissions while benefiting the environment and society.
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona 2023, Midea, China Mobile, and Huawei were named winners of the GLOMO '5G Industry Challenge Award in collaboration with the GSMA 5G Hub' for the 5G fully-connected laundry appliance factory project — the largest of its kind the world has ever seen — that they built together in Jingzhou, a major industrial city in China's central Hubei province.
This Video is a case study of China Mobile Beijing’s intelligent home broadband O&M. It introduces the successful practice of ODN optical root cause intelligent recognition which helps China Mobile Beijing to improve its operation and maintenance efficiency by 50% and reduce its door-to-door rate by 30% in handling of group faults, individual faults and weak optical power issues.
Philippines telco giant Globe Telecom reinvents new connectivity solutions for enterprises through network modernization and transformation projects, leveraging on state-of-the-art technologies in Optical Transport, IP, SDN and NFV domain, adopting IP+Optical dual-layer network architecture to deliver premium quality connectivities.