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Standards & Contributions

Huawei considers industry standardization vital to our market access, patent defense, brand image, solution interoperability, R&D efforts, and multilateral cooperation efforts. We are always looking to build a healthy ecosystem, better explore the market with peers, and contribute to domestic and international standards organizations.

Huawei has established group-level organizations specialized in industrial standard R&D, supplemented by units focused on standards in each business group. With a team of over 400 experts, Huawei has been making continual progress in high-level R&D efforts in this area.

By the end of 2012, Huawei had joined 150 domestic and international industry standards bodies, including the 3GPP, IETF, IEEE, ITU, BBF, ETSI, ATIS, TMF, WFA, CCSA and OMA, occupying 180 leadership positions, including chairpersons of the ETSI, ATIS, IEEE, OMA, CCSA, WFA, WiGig and OASIS. In 2012, Huawei submitted more than 5,000 international standard proposals.

Standards & Patents

Huawei is leading the way in OTN standard development for the ITU-T, and building a sound basis for OTN physical layer development. Huawei has been consistently improving the multi-service bearing capability of OTN, enabling flexible and economic network deployment.
Huawei owns 2,137 basic patents in radio communications, among which 865 relate to LTE/EPC (15% of the total), 778 relate to UMTS (6%), 145 relate to GSM (2%).
Huawei’s Fixed Network Business Unit (BU) is a member of eight primary standards organizations, where Huawei holds 24 high-end positions (working group chair and higher) and more than 100 editors.
From 2010 to 2012, Huawei has made continual contributions to various Frameworx elements, including business process framework (eTOM), information framework (SID), and application framework (TAM).