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Five Breakthroughs from Huawei's Ultra-Lean Site Enable Fast 5G Deployment

Sep 10, 2019

[Budapest, Hungary, September 10, 2019] At the ITU Telecom World 2019 hosted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Huawei held a "5G+Gigabit, Connecting an Intelligent Future" Forum, explaining the new breakthroughs achieved by Huawei's 5G ultra-lean site solution. These breakthroughs have overcome the five major limits of site deployment, enabling mobile network operators to tackle the challenges of dramatic investment and operation cost increases while also achieving rapid 5G deployment and business success.

Geng Fei, Vice President of Huawei's Wireless and Cloud Core Network Marketing Solution Sales Department, said: "Owing to continuous breakthroughs and innovations, Huawei offers simplified, green, and evolvable 5G site solutions. The latest breakthroughs in overcoming the five limits of experience, antenna integration, energy efficiency, zero-footprint deployment, and indoor coverage will prove an essential catalyst for empowering mobile network operators to simplify site structure, reduce site TCO, and protect investment. They will enable the creation of a robust foundation for the successful commercial adoption of 5G networks."

Huawei Geng Fei: ultra-lean site achieves five breakthroughs to enable fast 5G deployment

Huawei also released the 5G Ultra-Lean Site White Paper, elaborating on site evolution trends and overall 5G deployment strategies based on its understanding of user scenarios and innovative site solutions. This white paper paints a comprehensive picture of scenario-specific 5G ultra-lean site solutions dedicated to 5G target networks from a wide range of perspectives, including site resource sharing and efficiency improvement, legacy site evolution to 5G, new 5G site construction, and 5G indoor coverage.

For more information, click here to read the 5G Ultra-Lean Site White Paper.