Wan Biao, President of Huawei Wireless Product Line: By the end of 2009, over 50 operators in 30 countries had established LTE commercialization schedules, shining some welcome sunlight on the telecom ecosystem.
Thomas Wehmeier, a principal analyst from Informa Telecoms & Media, spoke to us about mobile broadband opportunities and shared Informa' s views on how operators can maximize gains from mobile broadband business.
How should mobile operators take on the daunting challenge from the massive surge in mobile data traffic on their networks? Philippe Lucas, Senior VP International Standards & Industry Relationships, France Telecom, gave us the answer.
Looking to the next decade, how can the telecoms industry adapt itself to the requirements of the new age in the changed environment? Through "Four Surpasses", the telecoms industry will continue to achieve high growth in the next decade.
Mr. Hans Cronberg, CTO of PLAY, shares the fundamental success factor for start-up operators during the interview with COMMUNICATE–never try to copy what the existing players have done in the market, but try to find the new and effective solution.
By the end of 2009, Huawei had deployed the largest number of trial, pre-commercial, and commercial LTE networks in the world, all of which point to the fact that Huawei is six months ahead of other peers in LTE era.
Based on the EIRENE specifications, the GSM-R is a system customized for digital wireless railway communications. Powered by cutting-edge technologies, this system provides robust technical support for railway communications in the new era.
900MHz refarming solutions based on Huawei' s SingleRAN let operators use the GSM frequency to quickly deploy a low-cost UMTS network with wide coverage. Users get seamless 2G and 3G services with two networks integrated on the same platform.