Huawei Elected a Chairman Unit of the 5G Deterministic Networking Alliance on the First Conference
[Shanghai, China, September 17, 2019] The first 5G deterministic networking alliance conference was held in Shanghai. The alliance charter was officially released at the conference, and the chairman unit, governing unit, expert committee, and workgroup leaders of the alliance were appointed. In addition, an objective planning and work plan was discussed and determined for each industry workgroup. At this conference, Huawei was elected the chairman unit of this alliance.
Photo at the conference
5G deterministic networking is based on a hyper-distributed, Cloud Native architecture. The 5G deterministic networking leverages key technologies such as heterogeneous MEC and dynamic, intelligent network slicing to adopt the "Single Cloud" to meet differentiated network requirements and deterministic SLA commitments to enable thousands of industries. The 5G deterministic networking alliance was founded in June this year at MWC Shanghai 2019. It currently has more than 60 members.
The conference was chaired by Liu Qicheng, secretary general of the alliance and chief editor of Communications World. The conference published the alliance charter, organization, positioning, responsibilities, and rights and interests to all members. China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, China-Japan Friendship Hospital, and Huawei serve as chairman units. Dai Jisheng, president of Huawei Cloud Core Network Strategy & Business Development Dept, was appointed as the chairman of the alliance. In addition, five industry workgroup leaders were appointed, as well as a number of industry leaders and experts from various fields as members of the expert committee.
Some of the big names to attend the conference include Mei Jianping (leader of the multimedia workgroup), Guo Jinghong (leader of the energy Internet workgroup), Lu Qingjun (leader of the healthcare Internet workgroup), Xie Zhendong (leader of the IoV workgroup), and Zhang Yanguo (leader of industrial Internet workgroup). They shared industry trends and network requirements with their respective teams, organized in-depth discussions and interactions on the research direction and topics of their domains, decided on follow-up work plans for the workgroups, determined 27 key topics for the five industries, and facilitated the resolution of key technologies, business, ecosystem, and industry opportunities that come with 5G implementation in the industry. This collaboration accelerates business application and industry closure.
The development of 5G requires the participation and support of the entire industry. Huawei will work with alliance members to deepen cooperation, build a 5G network ecosystem, seize the opportunities for innovation brought by 5G, and create an intelligent future.