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Huawei has obtained more than 50 5G commercial contracts, and 5G base stations shipped over 200,000

via:博客园     time:2019/9/3 23:31:00     readed:186


On September 3, Xu Wenwei, Director of Huawei Corporation and Director of the Strategic Research Institute, announced the latest development of Huawei's 5G business at the 5th “Asia Pacific Innovation Day” event.

Xu Wenwei announced that Huawei has obtained more than 50 5G commercial contracts worldwide, and shipped more than 200,000 5G base stations. It is reported that among the more than 50 5G commercial contracts of Huawei, 28 are from Europe, 11 are from the Middle East, 6 are from Asia-Pacific, 4 are from the Americas, and 1 is from Africa.

Xu Wen said that with the arrival of 5G, reaching the limit of Shannon's law, Moore's Law has gradually reached its limit. Both theoretical limits and engineering limits need to break the bottleneck. He believes that Huawei must move from innovation 1.0 to innovation 2.0, from innovation to invention. The most important of these is the university, and Huawei will fund university research.

It is understood that Huawei has established a strategic research institute that will focus on technologies for the next 5-10 years or even longer.

In addition, at this conference, China Mobile and Huawei jointly released a 5G stereo coverage network, which consists of a basic coverage capacity layer, a capacity experience layer and a value scene indoor coverage to better achieve 5G seamless coverage. In addition, Huawei's joint operators and industry partners demonstrated a variety of innovative industry applications including 5G VR, 5G 8K video, 5G drones, 5G telemedicine and 5G ambulances, demonstrating the possibilities of industrial applications in the 5G commercial era. .

Editor: Core Intelligence - Lin Zi

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