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  • China Mobile and Huawei Jointly Showcase the World's First Service-Oriented 5G Core Network Prototype

    On June 28 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai 2017, China Mobile and Huawei jointly showcased the world's first 5G core network prototype on the service-based architecture (SBA). The prototype adheres to 3GPP's 5G SBA standard.

  • Huawei Marine Contracts to build South Atlantic Inter Link Cable System

    On June 27, Huawei Marine contracted with China Unicom and Camtel to construct the South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL), which marks the official commencement of the SAIL implementation phase.  Huawei Rotating CEO Guo Ping, CEO of China Unicom Lu Yimin, and Camtel General Manager David Nkote attended the signing ceremony.

  • Huawei Demonstrates 5G-based Remote Driving with China Mobile and SAIC Motor

    Today at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017, China Mobile, SAIC Motor, and Huawei Technologies jointly demoed the world's first 5G-based remote driving technology with a consumer car. Their demonstration verified the high-bandwidth, low-latency potential in C-band frequency, laying a foundation for future development of connected smart vehicles. This demo marks an important milestone in improving the reliability of autonomous and driverless vehicles, and also a major step forward in commercial application.

  • Huawei Explores ROADS to New Growth with Carriers and Partners

    The Mobile World Congress 2017 opened today in Shanghai. As a platinum sponsor, Huawei is participating in the event under the theme of "Open ROADS to New Growth". At the event, Huawei is sharing its latest industry insights, products and solutions, success stories, and ecosystem building. We are also engaging with industry customers in discussion of important industry topics, including digital transformation and how to maximize network value. Huawei aims to achieve value-driven business success in partnership with carriers and partners.

  • Huawei and BeWhere Canada Develop 1st Canadian Mobile-IoT Sensor

    Huawei, together with BeWhere Inc., a Canadian industrial Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions company, today announced they will partner to develop Mobile IoT Low Power Wide Area (M-IoT LPWA) (NB-IoT, LTE-M) applications to enable the deployment of smart cities technologies.

  • Huawei Showcases 5G Live Demo Using 39 GHz mmWave Radio Technology with NTT DOCOMO at Tokyo Bay in Japan

    Recently, at the 3rd Global 5G Tokyo Bay Summit, Huawei successfully showed 39 GHz mmWave technology based on 3GPP standard 5G New Radio (NR) current agreements in cooperation with NTT DOCOMO, INC. The cell coverage reached up to 2.0 kilometers with Gbps peak throughput for a single user in the mmWave. With this system, a real-time 3-way 4K video conference was demonstrated. The result of the field test represents the 5G joint innovation between Huawei and NTT DOCOMO, who have achieved a new milestone. This breakthrough will have a significant impact in moving 5G a step closer to commercialization.

  • Huawei and Turkcell Collaborate on TechCity 2.0 to Launch ‘Digital Journey towards 5G’

    Turkcell and Huawei have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on TechCity 2.0 cooperation to launch the ‘digital journey towards 5G’. Both companies will not only verify new technologies and launch them commercially, but will also explore potential services through the TechCity 2.0 project to develop technical, business, and social leaderships in Turkey.

  • Claro Brazil Launches First 4.5G Network in Brasilia in Partnership with Huawei

    Recently, Claro Brazil launched the commercial 4.5G (4x4 MIMO+ Massive CA+256QAM) network in Brasilia in partnership with Huawei. The 4.5G network is the first network intended for commercial use in Brazil, and is expected to be the largest in the Latin America Region.

  • SFR and Huawei Jointly Complete France's First Pre-Commercial Field Verification of 4X4 MIMO

    French telecom operator SFR and Huawei have jointly announced the successful completion of France's first pre-commercial field verification of 4X4 MIMO, achieving a downlink throughput of 628.31 Mbps using a commercially available phone on SFR's 4.5G network. This outstanding performance has led to SFR resolving to intensify its investment in LTE technology to build the fastest LTE network in France and provide customers with the best possible LTE experience.

  • Banglalink and Huawei’s Joint Innovation Butterfly Site Brings Connections to Unconnected Rural Areas

    Banglalink, one of the leading digital communications service providers of Bangladesh, and Huawei are jointly deploying Butterfly Site Solutions to connect the unconnected in rural areas. This solution helped Banglalink optimize the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) structure of rural sites and resolve the conflicts between offering coverage services and gaining profits from the services.

  • Huawei and TELUS Deploy Live 3GPP-oriented Network at the “5G Living Lab”

    Huawei and TELUS, Canada's fastest growing telecommunications company, achieved a significant breakthrough with the successful completion of a 5G wireless connection using the global 3GPP technology standards platform. As operators and vendors race towards the global deployment of 5G, this successful pilot represents one of the most advanced connections yet made using technologies that will form the standard for global 5G.

  • Huawei Releases HPC Cloud Solution 2.0

    At ISC17, Huawei released the public-cloud-based HPC Cloud Solution 2.0. Compared with the previous version, this version has been enhanced in performance. HPC Cloud Solution 2.0 is co-developed by Huawei and Mellanox based on InfiniBand and is the first HPC public cloud solution providing 100 Gbit/s EDR computing network capabilities in the industry. In addition, this solution uses high-performance local storage to improve the overall HPC computing performance and instant data erase and storage encryption to enhance security. The HPC solution will be firstly rolled out on Open Telekom Cloud, a public cloud platform jointly provided by Huawei and Deutsche Telekom in Europe.

  • Huawei’s OSN 9800 Wins the NGON ‘Best Optical Product - 400G and Above Award’

    Huawei announced today that its OSN 9800 has been awarded ‘Best Optical Product - 400G and Above’ at the 19th Next Generation Optical Networking event (NGON), recently held in Nice, France.

  • Huawei and IDC Jointly Issue Cloud Enterprise Communications White Paper

    Ahead of the upcoming Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017, Huawei and International Data Corporation (IDC) have jointly issued their ‘Cloud Enterprise Communications: Serving Digital Enterprises’ white paper. The paper conveys the evolution trends of cloud enterprise communications, market space, application value, and other key information on the industry.

  • Huawei Helps Foster a Prosperous Open-Source ecosystem at LC3 Debut in China

    LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen (LC3) took place in Beijing from June 19th to 20th, 2017. Huawei collaborated with the Linux Foundation as a strategic sponsor to introduce the first ever LC3 conference in China. Their shared goal was to promote the rapid development of the open-source industry in China. At the conference, Huawei released ServiceComb, an open-source microservice framework, and announced the establishment of the open-source iSula container OS community.

  • Huawei Launches New Metro MS-OTN Product to Enable OTN-to-CO Simplified Optical Networks

    At the Optical Networking (ON) Innovation Forum 2017, Huawei officially launched a new metro Multi-Service Optical Transport (MS-OTN) product called OSN 9800 M24. The new solution is designed to simplify optical networks enabling carriers to meet growing bandwidth demand driven by video and mobile data services, while ensuring an optimal user experience.

  • Huawei Inaugurates the HPC Global Center of Excellence

    At International Supercomputing Conference 2017 (ISC 2017), Huawei announced the establishment of its High-Performance Computing (HPC) Global Center of Excellence (CoE). The HPC CoE located at Huawei Munich OpenLab will enable Huawei and partners to better co-innovate a platform for incubating industry solutions in the HPC, and Cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI) domains, thereby catalyzing the industry transformation.

  • Huawei Releases Industry's First Commercial OXC+OTN Cluster Mesh Backbone Network Solution

    At Next Generation Optical Networking (NGON) 2017, Huawei officially released its mesh backbone network solution, featuring all-optical switching, full mesh, and one-hop service transmission. The new solution is designed to enable operators to deliver ultra-high bandwidth, meeting the demands of enterprises, internet content providers (ICPs) and cloud services.

  • Huawei Releases a TDM PON Combo Solution to Accelerate Smooth 10G PON Upgrade

    Huawei announced a time division multiplexing (TDM) PON combo solution based on fiber to the home (FTTH) networks. Following the wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) PON combo solution released last year, the new solution further facilitates the smooth evolution of GPON to 10G GPON. It enables operators to align upgrade processes in EPON and GPON solutions, and reduce power attenuation caused by combiners. Moreover, this solution simplifies network upgrades, and smoothly evolve current networks to gigabit ones for high-end users and enterprises.

  • Huawei Enables Carriers to Drive New Business by Defining Key Approaches of Transmission Network Cloudification

    Huawei together with leading analyst firm IHS, held the fourth Optical Network Innovation Conference in Nice, France, with the theme "CloudOptiX — Simplifying Networks Towards the All-Cloud Era". The conference brought together over 200 executives from global operators, industry partners and analyst firms to exchange viewpoints about how to restructure transmission networks to facilitate all-cloud network evolution.

  • Huawei Partners with Tableau to Provide Comprehensive Big Data Services

    Huawei and Tableau recently announced the mutual authentication between Huawei's FusionInsight big data platform and Tableau's data visualization software. The software deployed on the FusionInsight platform can visualize and quickly present customers with processing results, transforming data into interactive and insightful data charts. This enables customers to better understand data and make decisions and innovations accordingly.

  • Huawei Wins Eight Awards at the Third OPNFV Summit

    Huawei won eight awards including Super Meet-up Organizers, Builders of Working Groups, and Community Support/Leadership at the third Open Platform for Network Function Virtualization (OPNFV) community summit, which was held in Beijing from June 12 to 15. At the summit, Huawei delivered keynote speeches and had in-depth discussions with industry partners about how the OPNFV community helps carriers accelerate NFV deployment for commercial use.

  • Working with Huawei, China Mobile Guangdong Wins Informa ‘Cloud Platform Innovation of the Year’ Award

    China Mobile Guangdong branch’s unified data center cloud management platform, which was developed together with Huawei, has won the Informa ‘Cloud Platform Innovation of the Year’ award at the TechXLR8 summit.

  • Huawei Showcases E9000 Blade Server at OPNFV Summit 2017, Accelerating NFV Commercialization

    The third Open Platform for Network Function Virtualization (OPNFV) Summit opened on the 12th through 15th of June in Beijing. Huawei launched a series of solutions engineered for the OPNFV platform and upped the excitement of the event with the release of the Huawei E9000 blade server, an industry-standard hardware platform for the network function virtualization infrastructure (NFVI).

  • Huawei Study Shows Critical Role for Technology in UN SDGs

    Investment in technology is a key accelerator to help nations achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according to the Huawei ICT Sustainable Development Benchmark, a report released today in Geneva, Switzerland.  The study assesses correlations between ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and progress in meeting SDGs in 15 countries.