Huawei mLAB of Huawei Wireless X Labs, Future Network Theory Lab of Huawei 2012 Labs jointly proposed a new traffic blocking theory for data services. This theory facilitates scientific capacity planning and optimization for data networksWhite Paper
China Mobile, Huawei, Deutsche Telekom, and Volkswagen have released their shared vision for the 5G era. In this white paper, the four leading enterprises explore new business models for mobile networks and network evolution to an All Cloud 5G era.White Paper
Drawing on interviews with a cross section of industry executives and extensive desk research, this report explores how mobile operators can deliver the connected life between now and 2025.Report
This report, co-authored by Huawei X Labs, China Mobile Research Institute and Strategy Analytics, focuses on the creation, distribution and consumption of a new form of mobile video: mobile live video streaming.Report
Small cells are likely to play an important role in meeting the network demands of the future.White Paper
Mobile video is the dominant source of data traffic on mobile networks in a growing number of countries, making a significant contribution to data revenue growth in both developed and developing regions. Mobile is a key part of today’s anytime, anywhere patterns of video consumption, with service evolution through social video, live streaming and immersive 360o or VR/AR video boosting user demand and capacity needs. Video is also becoming increasingly important to users on other dimensions; as a means of communication, a source of information and security, or a means of self-expression.
This report provides European operators with examples of successful promotion of mobile video from selected operators in different parts of the world.White Paper
As mobile connections multiply and diversify, telecoms operators are looking to deploy new flexible network architectures. Now interwoven into the fabric of daily life, mobile connectivity is being applied in all kinds of innovative ways. As well as delivering compelling consumer services, it is helping drive the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), which promises to transform many different parts of the economy. To deliver everything from high definition entertainment to remote control of industrial equipment, mobile networks need to juggle a diverse set of demands. Sometimes they need to prioritise throughput, sometimes responsiveness, sometimes battery life.White Paper