Huawei Demonstrates Its 5G Vision for Connecting an Intelligent World at ITU Telecom World 2019
Dubai: During the ITU Telecom World 2019 held in Budapest, Hungary, Huawei- a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) is participating under the “Ubiquitous Gigabit Connectivity & Intelligent Society”. Huawei is appearing full force with a host of forums and demonstrations, such as the 5G+Gigabit, Connecting an Intelligent Future forum and the 5G is On demo truck.
At the event, Yang Chaobin, President of Huawei 5G product line, released the “5G Applications Position Paper” at “5G+Gigabit: Connecting an Intelligent Future ” Forum. The forum was opened by Mr. Houlin Zhao, the Secretary General of International Telecom Union (ITU) and Mr. László Palkovics, the Minister of Innovation and Technology of Hungary. The position paper highlights 5G application scenarios in the areas of enhancing broadband, media and entertainment, industrial manufacturing, and intelligent transportation.
With the advancement of the 5G commercial process, 5G innovative applications emerge in an endless stream, including enhanced mobile broadband, media-based entertainment, industrial manufacturing, intelligent transportation, etc. The 5G network can provide users with Gigabit network, ultimate network performance and user experience.
Huawei also hosted an in-depth session on fixed wireless access (FWA) on the proactive role of wireless broadband access technology in national broadband development. Huawei also showcased its latest WTTx solution that enables households as well as small and medium-sized enterprises to access high-speed Internet services without optical fibres and narrows the digital divide between urban and rural areas. It is also key to implementing national broadband plans.
At the event, Huawei also released the 5G Ultra-Lean Site White Paper which emphasizes the deployment strategy for 5G sites. With the aim of breaking five barriers – experience, antenna integration, energy efficiency, zero-footprint, and indoor coverage – the ultra-lean 5G sites help operators reduce CAPEX and OPEX during site evolution to enable faster 5G deployment and achieve business success.
Geng Fei, Vice President of Huawei’s Wireless and Cloud Core Network Marketing Solution Sales Department, said: “Owing to continuous breakthroughs and innovations, Huawei offers simplified, green, and evolvable 5G site solutions. The latest breakthroughs in overcoming the five limits of experience, antenna integration, energy efficiency, zero-footprint deployment, and indoor coverage will prove an essential catalyst for empowering mobile network operators to simplify site structure, reduce site TCO, and protect the investment. They will enable the creation of a robust foundation for the successful commercial adoption of 5G networks.”
Huawei works with government regulators, global operators, industry leaders, ecosystem partners, and industry analysts to exchange ideas and experiences on leading business models and applications of 5G+gigabit and discuss its commercial deployment strategy from the perspectives of industry policy and regulation, industry applications, service development, simplified 5G sites, and network deployment.
Over the past 10 years, Huawei has invested a total of US$4 billion in 5G, making it a leader in 5G chips, products, and networks. Huawei is the only telecoms company in the world that is able to provide end-to-end commercial 5G solutions. The company has signed commercial contracts with over 50 operators worldwide and shipped over 200,000 5G Massive MIMO AAUs to help operators gain first-mover advantages and ensure premium user experience in 5G.