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Huawei Completed the World's First 3.5 GHz Massive MIMO with CA Test, Further Mining the Value of 3.5 GHz Ultra-Wide Spectrum

As MWC 2017 is drawing near, in cooperation with SoftBank Corp. (“SoftBank”), Huawei recently completed the Massive MIMO verification test using the operator's 40 MHz spectrum on the 3.5 GHz band in Tokyo, Japan. The pair adopted Massive MIMO and multi-carrier technologies with the peak downlink rate reaching 1.4 Gbps. The test represents another collaboration regarding Massive MIMO between the two companies since September 2016 when SoftBank announced the "5G Project" program using 2.5GHz band on the TDD (AXGP) commercial network operated by Wireless City Planning Inc., a SoftBank group company, and is also the world's first Massive MIMO trial on the 3.5 GHz band. 2017-02-24

Huawei and Grameenphone will Jointly Show Innovative VillaRadio Solution for Deep Coverage in High-Dense Residential Areas

At MWC 2017, Huawei and Grameenphone, Telenor's subsidiary branch in Bangladesh, will jointly show an in-depth coverage innovative solution for use in high-dense residential areas. 2017-02-24

China Unicom Henan and Huawei Work Together to Deploy a Commercial Distributed Cloud Data Center for Localized Cloud Services

Huawei announced that its CloudFabric Data Center Network Solution has helped China Unicom Henan Branch (China Unicom Henan) deploy a distributed cloud data center. This distributed cloud data center reuses resources from China Unicom Henan’s Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) equipment rooms to improve resource utilization and reduce the cost of cloud transformation. The transformed data center delivers localized cloud services with low latency, secure data isolation, and a unified management platform. These features satisfy the increasing demand for cloud services from local government, medical, and educational institutions, as well as small and medium businesses (SMBs). 2017-02-24

Huawei Leads the Way to 5G in China with Successful Field Performance Testing

Huawei was the first to pass the recent field performance tests of 5G New Radio (NR) technology in the 3.5 GHz band, and tests of cross-compatibility with a range of industry-standard hardware. The field tests were conducted as part of the second phase of 5G trials in China and were led by the IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group. 2017-02-23

Huawei FusionSphere Scores First in Two SPECvirt Performance Tests

Huawei’s FusionSphere 6.0 cloud operating system has once again received leading scores on virtualization software performance tests from the internationally authoritative Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). 2017-02-23

Huawei Conducts 5 Gbit/s Tests with Phone Form-Factor 5G Terminals

Huawei completed field tests on 5G terminals with a wide bandwidth of 200 MHz on the 3.5 GHz carrier. A battery powered 5G terminal prototype is configured with miniature multi-antenna to transmit and receive RF signals, and the terminal supports software-defined baseband. The test terminal complies with air interface parameters of the New Radio (NR) currently been defined by 3GPP.  For enhanced-Mobile-Broadband (eMBB) test cases, with the Massive-MIMO macro-basestation set up scenario, the 5G terminal throughput can reach up to 5 Gigabits per second at downlink. The test results prove the feasibility of key 5G technologies and further validate the small size multi-antennas technology for 5G terminal in the phone form-factor, representing significant progress in 5G technology innovation. 2017-02-23

Huawei Launches Cloud Enterprise Private Network Solution

Ahead of the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC 2017), Huawei has launched its Cloud Enterprise Private Network (CloudEPN) solution for enterprise interconnection. The solution helps carriers to provide on-demand and cost-effective enterprise leased line services with cloud-based visualized O&M. 2017-02-23

BT and Huawei Announce Research into 5G Network Slicing

BT and Huawei today announced new research into how ‘network slicing’ – a method of carving out specific ‘slices’ of an IP-based network for dedicated purposes – may be used to support services delivered over tomorrow’s 5G networks. 2017-02-22