G.fast, which reuses existing copper resources to reach speeds comparable to FTTH (1,000Mbps), is well-suited to brownfield areas. Featuring faster access, faster deployment, and faster return on investment, G.fast is attracting increasing industry attention.
Huawei wins the "Most innovative service enabled by IMS"with its IMS based Convergent Conference solution at the IMS World Forum 2012 in Madrid.
Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, wins the "Most innovative service enabled by IMS"with its IMS based Convergent Conference solution at the IMS World Forum 2012 in Madrid.
HIRP is a sponsorship program targeted at R&D talents and teams worldwide, helping them innovate in new technologies and services as well as solving traditional problems using new methodologies. HIRP aims to enhance open and collaborative innovation to achieve a win-win situation.
Since 2006, Huawei has joined hands with 14 global operators to build over 28 joint innovation centers (JICs), each with its own area of focus, including mobile broadband, fixed broadband, cloud computing, and more.
A network JIC, jointly established by China Telecom and Huawei, has focused on 6SEA architecture and IPv6 transition technologies, which have helped the operator successfully adapt its network to IPv6.
Vodafone and Huawei, through their six joint innovation centers (JICs), have created (partly) the most valuable technologies & services in the market, reinforcing Vodafone’s position and role as the most innovative operator in the industry.
The world's first LTE DD800 commercial network, as deployed by Huawei for Vodafone Germany, has been recognized with the 2011 RCR Wireless News Innovation Awards in the category of "Most Innovative Mobile Broadband Deployment."