A summary of the voices at the 4.5G Industry Summit in Barcelona on February 21, which attracted more than 300 industry experts and journalists. Discussions included the ecosystem, partnerships, and standards.
Huawei unveiled the world’s first 200G line card in 2011. Tony Hu, Vice President of the Huawei Carrier IP Product Line, explore the trends of 100G and introduce the latest update on Huawei’s 200G line card.
During GSMA MWC 2012 in Barcelona, Dr. Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei Convergent Communications Product Line, shares about core network's new trends, the changing business strategy of Huawei Convergence Communication and its future growth.
Dr. Che Haiping, CTO of Huawei Carrier Software & Core Network BU, shares his views on the trend towards Cloud as a Service (CaaS), and explains how Huawei solutions can help operators fulfill their potential in this area.
VoLTE standards are mature and it promises significant benefits for operators. Key issues and considerations are examined here to assist operators realize smooth transition from traditional voice services to mobile broadband voice services.
LTE-Advanced technology can dramatically increase the peak rate, peak spectral efficiency, average rate, average spectral efficiency, and cell-edge user performance, improves networking efficiency across the entire network.
This is an age for rapid development of mobile broadband (MBB). Subscribers nowadays are quite used to access all sorts of information on their mobile phones. MBB has never been so close to people.After summarizing the 2015 mobile service experience, mobile terminal development trend, and future mobile services, Huawei will unveil eight key findings in this report.
Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is a network evolution which utilizes COTS hardware and new virtualization technologies to deploy network functions for operators' networks, and it has profound impact on network operation and deployment.
This study considers the economic benefit of bringing forward the availability of 3600-3800 MHz and 3800-4200 MHz for mobile data services in the UK. To derive the economic benefit results the study performed an evaluation of the protection required for C-Band satellite.
Full High Definition voice, refers to the next generation of voice quality for telephony audio resulting in crystal clear voice quality compared to digital telephony "toll quality" and even to HD voice. Full HD Voice extends the frequency range of audio signals up to 20000 Hz which covers the whole range of the human voice and that of the human ear.