Huawei claims to bag 50 5G contracts

Huawei claims to have bagged 50 5G commercial contracts and shipped more than 150,000 base stations.

Speaking at MWC Shanghai 2019, Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of the Carrier BG of Huawei said, “Huawei has so far gained 50 5G commercial contracts and shipped more than 150,000 base stations.”

“Globally, 5G is gaining strong momentum in its commercial adoption. Since the first half of this year, a good number of countries, including South Korea, UK, Switzerland, Italy and Kuwait, have commercially launched 5G networks, 2/3 of which were constructed by Huawei. Industries are starting to embrace 5G and 5G is starting to explode into prominence by promoting a comprehensive digital transformation and improving efficiency in many industries.” added Ding.

5G networks are bringing VR, AR and ultra-HD video services to Mobile Video 3.0, and this premium experience is compelling users to change their behavior patterns. 5G technologies also enjoy ultra-high data rates, making them a big disruptor in the provision of high-definition, high-speed, and cost-efficient services across various industries.

In policing, 5G drones can be rapidly dispatched to scenes without facing the space restrictions. 4K HD videos are sent back to the command center in real time so that centralized surveillance and commanding can be implemented to ensure that details are fully captured.

At the summit, Yang Chaobin, Huawei 5G Product Line President said, “In the 5G era, we must fully utilize site resources and boost investment efficiency by building a three-layer network comprised of macro sites, pole sites, and micro sites. Our ultimate goal is to deliver Gigabit network experiences everywhere.”


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