• Telkom and Huawei Present Soft Launch of Indonesia’s First TV-based Video Communication Service in Surabaya

    PT Telkom Tbk (Telkom) and Huawei, presented the soft launch of Indonesia's first TV-based video communications service, IndiHome Video Call, at the Atrium Tunjungan Plaza, Surabaya.

  • Huawei Releases eLTE SmartGrid Solution to Promote the Digital Transformation of Electric Companies

    Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, released its eLTE SmartGrid solution at Hannover MESSE 2017. The wireless smart grid solution will accelerate the digital transformation of electric power companies.

  • Turkcell and Huawei Commercial Verification of GU@5MHz at Ankara TechCity2.0 kickoff

    Turkcell and Huawei completed verification of the GU@5MHz solution on commercial networks in Aksaray, Turkey. Testing showed that this innovative solution enables dynamic spectrum sharing between GSM and UMTS, boosting spectrum efficiency by 20%. This successful verification marks the beginning of CloudAIR-air interface resource cloudification in Turkcell, opening up the road to 5G.

  • Vodafone Turkey and Huawei Jointly Complete World's First Live GL Spectrum Sharing with overlapping carriers’ trial on Commercial 900 MHz Networks

    Recently Vodafone Turkey and Huawei completed the world first verification of the GL spectrum sharing solution on Vodafone's commercial 900 MHz networks in Diyarbakir city of Turkey. This innovative solution – developed as part of a collaboration on spectrum sharing capabilities between Huawei Mobile Innovation Centre and Vodafone Networks CoE (Center of Excellence) – enables spectrum sharing between GSM and LTE with unprecedented overlap between the two technologies, which increases both LTE data rate and cell capacity available in the 900 MHz spectrum allocation from Vodafone Turkey. Compared to LTE 5MHz, the average user throughput is increased by nearly 58% on downlink and 44% on uplink.

  • Huawei: Business Driven All-Cloud Networks Address Future Uncertainties

    At the 2017 Global Future Network Development Summit, David Wang, Huawei's President of Products & Solutions, said, "In terms of top-level architecture, future networks need to return to business fundamentals. Network planning and deployment should center around how to realize business value."

  • Huawei Presents Key Symmetric 25G PON Technologies and Calls for Unified Next-generation PON Standards

    At the fourteenth Huawei Analyst Summit held in Shenzhen recently, a Huawei speaker gave an presentation about the key symmetric 25G PON technologies that binding multiple wavelengths to deliver N × 25 Gbit/s bandwidths over a single fiber. Huawei called on  the industry partners to jointly  push for unifed next-generation PON standards.


    Telefónica, using HUAWEI SmartCare® SOC Solution, announced today the deployment of three dedicated Service Operations Centers (SOC) in Argentina, Chile and Germany for the intelligent management of its network as a first step of a ground-breaking project which will enable the company to capture, in real time, the true quality of customer service experience, at this stage, in mobile services only. The objective is to guarantee excellent connectivity and performance, so that the customer can always enjoy the services they want, when and how they want.

  • “Digital divide is now a digital chasm”: inequality widens in technology, reports Huawei Global Connectivity Index 2017

    Digitally-developed economies around the globe are continuing to progress due to larger investments and adoptions in Information Communication Technology.  At the same time, digitally-developing economies have also started to accelerate their growth by investing strategically in ICT capabilities and their digital transformation journeys – yet the gap continues to grow.

  • Huawei Launches Intelligent Defined Network Leading the Way to Next-Generation Network Transformation

    Huawei released the framework and technical roadmap of Intelligent Defined Network (IDN), an SDN-based open enabler platform which can intelligently optimize network configuration and management, at the MPLS + SDN + NFV 2017 World Congress in Paris, France, associated with ETSI's Next Generation Protocols Industry Specification Group (NGP ISG). With the core of Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies, IDN potentially plays an important role in network operation, such as automatic decision-making, resource scheduling and other various scenarios based on the deeply understanding of network and content.

  • Telkomsel started the road to 5G by demonstrating Indonesia’s first FDD Massive MIMO technology together with Huawei

    Telkomsel announced today Indonesia’s first FDD Massive MIMO demonstration in collaboration with Huawei. The demonstration achieved 5 times capacity of traditional FDD LTE 2x2 MIMO. As Massive MIMO is one of the key technologies of 5G, this successful demonstration realizes 5G-like experience in 4.5G network, and also marks 4.5G evolution, the beginning of 5G journey for Telkomsel 2017.

  • Huawei Launches a New Compact Router for Its NE9000 Series

    At the 2017 Huawei Global Analyst Summit, Huawei announced the release of the eight-slot NE9000-8, the newest offering in its series of backbone routers. The NE9000-8 uses the same platform as the previously released 20-slot NE9000 product and at a smaller size. It offers a large forwarding capacity and a rich variety of service features and can serve as an interconnect node for a small and medium-sized Data Center (DC) or a metro core node. NE9000 series products flexibly meet carrier needs in terms of backbone network service development for different scenarios, helping prepare carrier networks for cloud evolution.

  • Huawei Releases ‘3 Dimensional KPI Assessments for High Efficient NFV Multi-Vendor Integration’ White Paper

    Huawei has released a white paper titled ‘3 Dimensional KPI Assessments for High Efficient NFV Multi-Vendor Integration’. The white paper describes how a set of multi-vendor NFV benchmarks or Key Performance Indicators (KPI) can greatly improve integration efficiency while minimizing integration risks to facilitate multi-vendor NFV adoption.

  • New Experiences, New Ecosystems, New Boundaries: Huawei Releases Strategy of Creating Indoor Digital Economies

    Huawei's LampSite3.0 solution is the first in the industry to realize a 240 MHz full-bandwidth capability. This capability further enhances digital MBB network sharing among operators and allows more business partners to participate in indoor digital infrastructure construction. In the future, Huawei will continue its efforts to enhance cooperation with global leading industry partners, including indoor network designers, site providers, and indoor network integrators, to build new win-win business ecosystems.

  • Huawei Launches All-Cloud Network Application Platform to Unleash the Digitalized Value of Networks

    At the 2017 Huawei Global Analyst Summit (HAS2017), Huawei launches the Huawei CloudApp Platform which is based on the All-Cloud Network Architecture. The platform offers social technology application for a range of industries. It also uses open application programming interfaces (APIs) to quickly integrate the current application, as well as it could easily develop new applications. This allows enterprises to leverage the value of network data, quickly respond to market changes, and seize new business opportunities.

  • Huawei Enterprise Business Grows by 47% in 2016 Leading New ICT, the Road to Digital Transformation

    Held from April 11 to 13, at Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2017, under the theme "Leading New ICT, the Road to Digital Transformation", Huawei Enterprise Business Group (BG) shared with global analysts, media, and opinion leaders its performance in 2016, as well as its vision, strategy, and practices for digital transformation.

  • Huawei Launches Network Value+ to Help Carriers Digital Business

    Huawei launched Network Value+, a precision investment solution for carrier’s digital business, at the 2017 Huawei Global Analyst Summit. During the development of digital services, such as the video and enterprise private line (EPL), this solution provides carriers with network planning, construction, and evolution schemes targeting the full-service trend, ensuring effective investment and maximizing network value.

  • Huawei Services Aims to Address Carriers’ Business Problems

    Huawei today released its carrier services business performance for 2016. By executing the “product-driven and services-driven strategy, Huawei Services reported revenues of USD13.32 billion in 2016 and kept robust growth in improving carriers’  network value, operation efficiency, an digital transformation. Huawei Services aims to address carriers’ business problems and help them transform towards digital business.

  • Huawei Announces Hybrid Cloud Support by Its STaaS Solution

    Analysts, opinion leaders, representatives of media outlets, and a variety of guests from all over the world have gathered at the 14th Huawei Global Analyst Summit, held in Shenzhen from April 11-13, to discuss the latest opportunities and challenges brought by cloud computing. Robert Simmons, Huawei's Storage Product Management Dept. Director, presented the keynote speech during the Cloud and IT Infrastructure session, elaborating on the solutions and products that center around Huawei's "Data on Demand" strategy. He also announced that Huawei's new Storage as a Service (STaaS) solution, launched in March 2017, will be able to run in a hybrid cloud environment to ensure a consistent experience both on- and off-premises.

  • Huawei Consumer BG: Focusing on User Experience to Craft Leading Cloud Services Globally

    The 14th Huawei Global Analyst Conference was held in Shenzhen on April 12, 2017, with more than 500 analysts and media organizations around the globe attending the event. At the event, the Huawei Consumer BG briefed attendees on its performance and brand presence in 2016, on the ecosystem it is building on the basis of Huawei Consumer Cloud Services, and also on its device strategies for the coming "+intelligence" era. In the coming years, the Huawei Consumer BG will continue to focus on intelligence and interaction, and devote efforts to developing the intelligent devices of the future, in order to bring about tremendous improvements to the user experience.

  • 2017 Huawei Analyst Summit Showcases Strong Growth in Global Presence

    The 14th Huawei Analyst Summit was held in Shenzhen today, attracting more than 500 analysts and media from across the globe. At the summit, Huawei’s Consumer Business Group (CBG) updated leading industry observers on its business and brand performance, its ecosystem around consumer cloud services, and showcased device strategies for the smart digital era. Moving forward, Huawei CBG will focus on two technology revolutions: intelligence and interaction. Tapping into these areas, Huawei will drive the development of smart devices to that reshape consumer experiences.

  • Huawei Advocates Network Innovation to Maintain Operators' Continuous Growth

    During the Huawei Global Analyst Summit (HAS) 2017, Huawei introduced the development direction of wireless network innovations in the 5G-oriented all-cloud era. Huawei is dedicated to maintaining operators' continual growth through the early deployment of 5G technologies on 4G networks, immediate adoption of new business models, and continuous evolution of network architecture.

  • Continuous Evolution of All-Cloud Wireless Network Architecture: Engine of the Development of All Industries in 5G Era

    During Huawei’s Global Analyst Summit 2017, Huawei further elaborated its latest strategy about All-Cloud wireless network based on CloudRAN. The strategy will dramatically push forward the evolution of the current network to 5G, to improve the user experience of Mobile Broadband (MBB), to meet the diversified service requirements of all vertical industries, and to help construct the application-driven network and the open industry ecosystem.

  • Go Digital, Go Cloud: Huawei Explores New Growth Potential in an Intelligent World

    Over 500 industry analysts, media representatives, and opinion leaders across a range of disciplines gathered in Shenzhen today for the 14th annual Huawei Global Analyst Summit (HAS). Hosted by leading global information and communications (ICT) solutions provider, Huawei Technologies, the analyst summit will highlight Huawei's latest innovations, business practices, and solutions in domains like cloud services, video, the Internet of Things (IoT), AI, and digital transformation. Huawei will also take this opportunity to discuss its strategy in these domains.

  • Trusted and Open Huawei Public Cloud Makes Business Agile

    The Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2017 (HAS 2017) opened today in Shenzhen and will run through the thirteenth. Analysts, media outlets, and key opinion leaders from all over the world are attending this year's event. Huawei, lately set up Cloud BU in March, launched its first public cloud service suite ServiceStage at HAS 2017. Open to Cloud Native app developers, the new offering integrates the development workflow framework, app and resource scheduling framework, as well as micro-service operation and governance framework. Through joint innovation with industry partners, Huawei will promote ten scenario-specific cloud service solutions this year, covering HPC Cloud, SAP Cloud, IoT Cloud, as well as other common scenarios. Enterprises can enjoy more efficient options for digital transformation. The trusted and open Huawei Public Cloud as well as local service capabilities around the world is dedicated to create more business value for customers, making Huawei a trust-worthy partner as enterprises move to the cloud.

  • 3 Hong Kong will deploy Huawei’s advanced network technologies in preparation for the high-speed and high-capacity 5G era

    3 Hong Kong, the mobile communications division of Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited (HTHKH, stock code: 215), and Huawei today announced plans for a series of network upgrades. Deploying Huawei’s advanced technologies over the next few years, 3 Hong Kong will boost its network capacity and coverage to meet rising customer demand for data and prepare for the high-speed and high-capacity 5G era.